2017 Sierra Buttes Tour & Poker Run

When:
July 29, 2017 @ 9:00 am – 2:30 pm America/Los Angeles Timezone
2017-07-29T09:00:00-07:00
2017-07-29T14:30:00-07:00
Where:
Starbucks/Raleys Parking Lot
Wedge Parkway
Reno, NV 89511
USA
Contact:
Sharon Andrade Goodrich

Join us for a fun filled day!

2017 Sierra Buttes Tour & Poker Run

NOTE: Club Events are for Sierra Chapter Members Only

NOTE: A $15/person is required by July 22 to reserve our spot.

PLEASE RSVP using the form below…

PLEASE RSVP using the form below…

Lunch Options:

The menu choices for the $18.00:
-Longburger (
1/3 pound beef patty, chipotle aioli, applewood smoked bacon, white cheddar cheese)
Caesar Salad w/choice of shrimp or chicken, BLTE- (bacon, lettuce, tomato, egg)
Louies Grilled Chicken Sandwich avocado pesto, ,applewood smoked bacon mozzarella cheese.

And the $21.00 choice:
BBQ Baby Back Ribs with honey chipotle BBQ sauce, coleslaw and house-cut French fries

All meals include choice of: fresh fruit, fries, side salad, coffee and/or iced tea. Tax & gratuity inc in price.

A non-refundable deposit of $15 is required by July 22nd to secure our reservation. A check can be made out and mailed to: Sharon Goodrich, 5440 Goldenrod Dr Reno NV 89511-9051, or CASH or check at July 13th meeting.
All CHECKS will be returned day of drive and CASH will be needed at that time to pay for lunch. No exceptions as no checks, credit cards, or debit cards will be accepted at restaurant!

Days Events:

9:00am – Starbucks/Raleys Parking Lot, 1st poker card draw Head-up Mt Rose Hwy (NV-431) over the summit, right on NV/CA-28 past Kings Beach .  Turn right on CA-267 (N Shore Road) towards Truckee, CA for approx 10.3 miles.  Turn Left on Brockway Road through roundabouts for approx. 1.0 mile to Truckee River Regional Park for potty break and 2nd poker card draw.

10:00am – Leave TRR Park turning right on Brockway road, turns to Bridge St.  Right on Donner Pass Road until roundabout on CA-89.  Travel approx. 23 miles to Sierraville and then left on CA-49, stop at highway turnout immediately after Sierraville for pictures and 3rd poker card. Continue 4.7 miles past Sattley.  Continue, this is the fun part! – 12.6 miles of dangerous curves, to Bassets (gas station/small store and highway maintenance station). Will draw the 4th poker card at Bassets parking lot.

11:00am – Leave Bassets turning onto Gold Lake Hwy (CR-S620), travel approx. 7.6 miles to Gold Lake for pictures then continue for 15.4 miles to CA-89, entering Graeagle.  Turn left on CA-89 for approx. 1.7 miles to Graeagle-Johnsville Road.  Travel approx. 1.6 miles to Poplar Valley Road, turn right and travel straight to Plumas Pines Golf Course/ Longboards Bar and Grill for lunch! …and final poker card draw and prize award!). Lunch will be The Bluff with glorious views and delicious food.

Lunch Options:
T
he menu choices for the $18.00
Longburger (
1/3 pound beef patty, chipotle aioli, applewood smoked bacon, white cheddar cheese)
Caesar Salad w/choice of shrimp or chicken, BLTE- (bacon, lettuce, tomato, egg)
Louies Grilled Chicken Sandwich avocado pesto, ,applewood smoked bacon mozzarella cheese.

And the $21.00 choice
BBQ Baby Back Ribs with honey chipotle BBQ sauce, coleslaw and house-cut French fries

All meals include choice of: fresh fruit, fries, side salad, coffee and/or iced tea. Tax & gratuity included in price.

A non-refundable deposit of $15 is required by July 13th to secure our reservation. A check can be made out and mailed to Sharon Goodrich, 5440 Goldenrod Dr Reno NV 89511-9051, or CASH or check at July 13 meeting.
All CHECKS will be returned day of drive and CASH will be needed at that time to pay for lunch. No exceptions as no checks, credit cards, or debit cards will be accepted at restaurant!

1:30pm – Leave Longboards and return back to CA-89 heading north through Graeagle for approx. 1 mile to CA-70. Head east on CA-70 towards Portola, CA, approx. 9 miles.  Leave Portola heading east on CA-70 towards US-395, South on US-395 to Reno, 49 miles. Estimated arrival time in Reno 2:30pm (Click here for the mapped Route)

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The craggy peaks, waterfalls, and rivers of the Sierra Buttes are a spectacular site, especially in the winter and spring when adorned with a tapestry of snow. Glacially formed lakes add to the unique beauty of the landscape and offer recreation in its most luxuriously primitive form.

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