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Zombies, hobbits and fairies—Youth walk for Girl Scouts is Sat.

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Join the Where Cows Meet Clams team for a zombie-hobbit-fairy event, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 2, at Girl Scout Camp River Ranch near Carnation. Search for clues about the connections between the forest, salmon streams and Puget Sound, as part of a project linking working farms and forests with the larger watershed down to Puget Sound. Proceeds help the Girl Scouts of Western Washington. Come dressed as a zombie, hobbit or fairy and be prepared to explore the forests of Camp River Ranch. As you ooze, slime, drag, flit, fly, or stomp your way through the forest, engage in the fine craft of a treasure hunt—the letterbox—which will tell the story of trees, forest critters, salmon and the majestic Puget Sound.

Zombie trails  are for youth in grades 9 to 12, accompanied by a parent as well as any interested adults. Hobbit and fairy trails are for grades 3 to 8 accompanied by a parent. Register at For additional information, contact Heidi Siegelbaum at, or phone (206) 784-4265.


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