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Fall Pilgrimage Day Trip to Ten Commandment Rock and Hidden Mountain 9-21-19

Our Fall Pilgrimage Day Trip to Ten Commandment Rock and Hidden Mountain is scheduled for this Saturday, Sept. 21st.  I hope all of you can attend.  I am still waiting for final permit approval by the SNM Public Land Commission and anticipate receipt of it this week.

We will all start meeting around 8:15-8:30 at the gas station about 1 block west (right) of the Los Lunas I-25 exit.  The gas station/market is just a short distance from the Wal-Mart parking lot.  Please park toward the main street/highway and away from the market building.  It is suggested that carpooling from Albuquerque or your neighborhood be considered to save gas and minimize the number of cars coming.
At the gas station, we will basically introduce ourselves, then direct everyone with driving instruction to the actual site (approximately 10-13 miles west of Los Lunas toward Acoma).  The Hidden Mountain site is located across from the Valencia County Landfill.  Further instruction will be given out when everyone arrives at the site.

Event Overview:  Once at Ten Commandment Rock, you will be provided with some basic public address announcements/instructions following by entertainment and sing-a-longs, character reenactments of Moses as well as an Apostle of Christ, communion, and a festival of Blowing of the Shofar.  This will be both a sacred and historical day for enjoying the artifacts and petroglyphs on Hidden Mountain.  I hope all of you have read and enjoyed the 13-page document I distributed on the Ten Commandment Rock and Hidden Mountain.

Safety:  Come prepare with water and stacks.  If you have a medical issue, be prepared in case.  Come with adequate walking/hiking shoes/boots.  The walk from the parking area to the base of Hidden Mountain where the Ten Commandment Rock is located is flat mesa area except for the last 100 yards or so.  There will be loose rock in that area; so be careful and watch your footing.  Bring a walking stick with you if you want.  But let’s all make this a safe and enjoyable trip; celebrating and praising our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

If you need any additional information, you can contact me at my email address
lonj1313@yahoo.com” or on my cellphone at (505) 892-5685.  You can also contact Mark Tross for information. 

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