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Posted on Oct 14, 2016 in MASE in the News

Mount Taylor Prayer Pilgrimage for Healing our Selves, the Land and the Waters

Mount Taylor Prayer Pilgrimage for Healing our Selves, the Land and the Waters

Sunday, October 23 10 am to 3 pm

Protecting the mountains, valleys and mesas surrounding Mount Taylor from dirty fuels like uranium mining may seem like a task as big as the mountain itself, but you can start and join us in prayer or just take a hike!

Event Details:

WHAT:  Deepening Our Understanding of Mt Taylor from a Spiritual Perspective

WHEN:  October 23 at 10 am

WHERE:  Meet at El Cafecito Restaurant, 820 East Santa Fe Ave, Grants, NM

Car pool to the gathering spot approx. 18 miles on Forest Service Road 547

11 am  Morning Prayers and Educational talks on water, uranium mining and climate change

12:30 – Pack your own lunch, snacks and water

1 – Walk on the mountain

2:00 Closing Ceremony – Reflections of your experience on Mt Taylor

Weather conditions may be challenging. Please dress in layers and wear sturdy shoes.

For information contact Susan Gordon 505-577-8438 or sgordon@swuraniumimpacts.org

Directions to the gathering site from the El Cafecito Restaurant on 820 East Santa Fe Ave, Grants, NM

Drive west to 1st Street.

Right on 1st and drive to Roosevelt Street.

Turn Rt on Roosevelt and follow out of town. 

It will turn into Lobo Canyon Road which becomes Road 547.

Follow Road 547 from 14 miles or so.

You will reach an intersection with 4 roads. 

Forest Service Road 547 turns into a gravel road FS 239. This is the wide and main road that goes straight.

Do no turn toward La Mosca Lookout.

You will drive another 2 miles. 

Look for a sign for the turn off near the 18 mile marker.