|Year-End South Bay Meet 'n Greet '09 (11/14/2009)||Originally a random meet 'n greet, turned into a huge 17+ food and explore event. People from the bay area, as well as from Minnesota and the OC (So Cal), came to eat awesome food and explore afterwards. Some places we went: 3-story convelescent home & hospital, government warehouse, TV studio, other abandoned warehouses.|
|South Bay Meet and Greet (5/22/2010)||We went out to dinner and then went to alma college. We were all over that place for about an hour or so then we went to the jackling house. Then the next day the people that still had energy went to the slaughterhouse and the gang house and niles canyon railway. All in all it was good fun and we had people there from over 400+ miles away. |
|S.F. Bay Area Meet And Greet (9/4/2010)||Explorers met at In n Out and from there went out to hill 88. Took a nice long hike up the hill and saw a couple bunkers on the way. We were at the top for a few hours and then walked down. Next we went to a untouched bunker off the trail. After dinner we went to S.O.T.A. in SF.|
|S.F. Bay Area Meet And Greet (4/11/2011)||This was a huge meet and greet. So big that dennys would not seat us. We all met and from there went to the niles canyon rail yard. Spent some time there enjoying all the old trains. Lots of great people and lots of great photos. All in all for 27 of us showing up and only one getting lost on the way there is pretty good... hope to see more next time.|
|Yes, That Place 2011 (8/20/2011)||We had over 25 people attend from as far as 150 miles and explored pre-designated and mapped locations on the vast Fort Ord military base in Seaside California. It was a very significant event, as much of the base is in the process of demolition and some locations will be gone soon. It was geared toward introducing the site to beginners but veteran explorers showed up and I was able to show completely new locations to them, so it was a blast for all of us.|
|eight is enough (plus Mr. Kanai) (10/29/2011)||A fun-filled weekend of costumed exploring fun!|
11 explorers from all over California met up in Boron to explore the prison camp until long after dark and continued on to explore a few locations in the LA area the next day. It was Halloween weekend as well so some of us explored in costume adding to the fun of scaring scrappers away (only to have them come back and scare us off after dark.) This was a great opportunity for Nor Cal and So Cal explorers to get to know each other. Some of us came from about 400 miles away for this meet up and had a blast.