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Ride Cancelation: Sunday, Nov 2 Ride to Rocks from ORR - Oregon Ridge. Forcasting Mid 40 temps. Most will think a 63 mile ride is too long for expected temps. I would do the ride, but double booked myself. Thanks.

Bagel Bin to Damascus, 54 miles, 10 AM start, EFS, Enchanted forest shopping cntr. Dress for the open road. Pizza stop in Damascus. Tom Fedewa ldr. 517-242-0969

I recently added a ride for Memorial Day (Thanks Ed) 9 AM Start (63 miles) out of Taney Town Mem Park.  Weather is looking great!  Of course this is Maryland (They say that anywhere you live-cept maybe the desert)!

Please join the Johns Hopkins University students and Watercat Consulting LLC for the 2011 WaterCatalyst/JHU Baltimore Inner Harbor Bike Tour on Sunday, May 1, 2011, 12:30-3:30 pm, departing from and returning to the Baltimore Visitor Center at 401 Light Street.

This tour has been designed for attendees of the NGWA/GWPC 2011 Ground Water Summit (, although registration is open to anyone (WaterCatalyst/JHU is not affiliated with NGWA or GWPC).

Learn about Baltimore Inner Harbor’s water-related features and history from informed tour guides and local guest speakers from the Baltimore Natural Heritage Trust Program, National Aquarium and/or City of Baltimore Public Works Department (guest speakers and entrance to sites not guaranteed – tickets not included in tour).

The tour starts and ends at the Baltimore Visitors Center at 12:30 pm, 401 Light Street (across the street from the Ground Water Summit conference hotel).  Tours last 3 hours and will be offered on May 1, 2011, for ONE TOUR ONLY at 12:30 pm. 

To participate using your own bicycle and helmet (helmets required), please call 202-344-7894. 

Please register on-line at AND email to reserve your spot on the tour. 

For more information, see attached brochure and visit the bike tour website at, or call 202-344-7894.

Thanks for your interest in Baltimore water issues and for your support for the JHU students on this water education term project!  PLEASE FORWARD this email to anyone you know who may be interested in joining us!

THANK YOU to BlueWing Environmental for their sponsorship! BlueWing Environmental builds Floating Wetland Islands that denitrify any water and create amazing fish habitat. The 200 square foot island outside of the National Aquarium, to be visited on this tour, is a study project for a much larger 10 acre project creating urban ecological restoration. For more information, see

Cat Shrier, Ph.D., P.G.

President and Founder

Watercat Consulting LLC

1209 E Street SE

Washington, DC 20003

(202) 344-7894

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