Join Ken Lum (Cell: 650-832-8133, Home: 650-508-1879, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org) for a ride up Cañada Rd. and a climb up De Anza Blvd. to Laurelwood Park in San Mateo for a beautiful view of the park canyon. Then we take a trail through the park down to Esposto’s deli near Hwy 92 and El Camino for a socially distanced outdoor lunch. Social distancing will also be observed during the ride. Masks recommended but not mandated during the ride. Bring one with you as it will be needed at lunch. Meet at the Safeway parking lot in Sharon Heights at 9:50am for a 10:05 departure. Back via the flats. We will finish around 2:00-2:30 PM. Rain cancels.
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