In Oak Bay for September
THE MONTHLY NIGHT WALK UNDER
THE 3rd and last “SUPER MOON” OF THE YEAR
Monday, Sept. 8, 7:30-9:00 pm

full moon
August Super Moon over Trial Island (pic by Jean-Claude Drouin)

By definition, a “Super Moon is when the full moon coincides with having it’s closest orbit to earth and creating the illusion of being up to 14% larger than your average full moon. The Sept. Super Moon rises at 7:21, just before the start of our 1 hr. walk throughout beautiful Oak Bay.

Start & End at: The Oak Bay Marina (Turkey Head) parking lot, south side, next to the latest piece of summer art by Chris Paul. The entrance to the marina is at the foot of Curry Road at Beach Drive.

The Route: Beginning and ending at our starting location, we will cross Beach Dr. to Windsor Rd. and then head east and south to the top of Anderson Hill Park to again see the moon from this magnificent vantage point. There will be some stairs and gravel paths involved so wear appropriate footwear.

Details for immediate release to Media and to our growing number of regular walkers on our mail list: Last month we (50+) walked along our beautiful eastern shoreline to enjoy a clear warm summer evening basked in both sunlight and moonlight. How can that be? Well, long days and a Buy Cialis moon that just can’t wait to show itself off is how. Monday night, Sept. 8th will be the third of three “Super moons” in 2014. You are all invited to this walk.

Starting Time and Location: 7:30 p.m., same as last time; The Oak Bay Marina (Turkey Head) Parking Lot, south side. The Marina entrance is located approximately the foot of Currie Road at Beach Drive. Turn right (south) as you enter and come alongside the Turkey Head walkway to the spectacular piece of Indigenous art (pic above) by our Internationally celebrated local Artist, Chris Paul.

The purpose:To enjoy a moderate walk with like minded folk on a full moon/daylit night in beautiful Oak Bay.

The Route (approximate): Beginning and ending at the sculpture on Turkey Head, we will walk west and south along Windsor and Transit Roads (mostly sidewalk, a few stairs and a mild hike up a gravel path) to catch the moon at it’s zenith on top of beautiful Anderson Hill Park returning to the Marina.

Finishing Location: Back at the Marina with perhaps a refreshment break at one of our participating businesses.

Note: Please wear comfortable footwear, prepare for the forecast and if you like, bring binoculars to enhance the experience to see the full moon up really close or catch some of the interesting feathered fauna along the shoreline.

RAIN OR (fingers crossed) MOONSHINE…btw