Monday, July 19, 2010


Join Humboldt citizens and empower yourself with knowledge of our Constitution
twice EACH MONTH of 2010

Knowledge is Power!

At SHAWS Computer Store, 1655 Main Street, Fortuna CA Owner Jeremy Shaw, the owner, is graciously allowing us to met there.

For more information call: 707-223-1255

Donation $5. per person, FREE for children 12 to 17.

Last Meeting: August 11th, 2010, 7:30 pm
Location: 1007 Wood St. Boy Scout meeting room, (behind the Boys & Girls club on Harris st.)

COME AS YOU ARE! We sure do. Bring your questions, thoughts, ideas, and patriotism to the meetings! You are invited to come to our 2x monthly meetings, in Eureka, CA. These casual evening meetings are held on the 2nd Wednesday and 4th Wednesday of each month, at 7:30 PM.

The meetings run from about 7:00 pm to 9:30pm or so. And you are able to leave sooner if you need. It won't hurt our feelings.

Please do have your evening meal, or eat before you come so you wont be hungry; but we also offer a small, healthy snack and coffee; plus non-alcohol drinks available. ( Please do not bring alcohol, firearms or small children to meeting, young adults of age 12* and over are welcome, and ENCOURAGED! (*OK, a mature 10, or 11 year old is welcome too .if you feel they will maintain interest for up to two hours in a room full of adults.

Who are we? Glad you asked!

We are local citizens, your neighbors, with the objective to unite both liberals, conservatives, and independents in understanding our form of government. These meetings are not about politics, it’s about “Statesmanship.” YOU will learn to become the Statesman, one who is well versed about our Republic. Our Republic was formed in 1787, and is in force to this day. We act democratically, but our country is not a democracy. In a true “democracy” the majority rules, which means you can easily be out-voted and overruled, just based on number of voters alone. We are a Republic, with rule by constitutional law. Learn how this works to both defend and protect you, and your family, and neighbors, from those who would change it all for special self-interest!

Why Attend? Concerned about losing your rights? Confused about how the Constitution and your government work? Worried about negative changes happening in our society? Wondering where your LIBERTIES are going?

Afraid we are slipping into a socialist regime where the Constitution is ignored or worse: altered at the will of radical judges creating their own private vision? Or by non-elected officials and Czars working for private agendas? The Constitution protects you from such a "government of people" who would, at will, abuse the rights of millions for short term gain.

For more information call: 707-223-1255

Donation $5. per person, FREE for children 12 to 17.

Bring your teenagers- give them the gift of understanding their LIBERTY for a lifetime!

Monday, June 28, 2010


Blue Slide campground

For more information call: 707-223-1255

Blue Slide Camp is located about twenty-five miles
east of Eureka, California in the Butler Valley near
Maple Creek
(no services available).

The camp is located on the east side of the coastal
range and is therefore usually protected from the
cool fog of the northern California coast. Days are
typically warm and sunny (sometimes into the 80s),
while mornings and evenings are cool.

however, there can be drizzle or rain, even in July.
Access to the camp is via county roads from Eureka,
Arcata, or Blue Lake. The final few miles into camp
are gravel. Allow about an hour to drive from either
Eureka or Arcata into the camp. Detailed directions
are provided to registered campers

Coming from the south...

Heading north on 101:
1. Turn right onto West Harris Street which angles up the hill just after the north
intersection/entrance to the Bayshore Mall.
2. Follow Harris Street through town, past the Redwood Acres Fairgrounds, where
it ends with a left turn onto Hall Avenue. Stay on Hall until it ends (one block)at Myrtle Avenue.
3. Turn right onto Myrtle Avenue. Follow Myrtle Avenue (also known as Old Arcata
Road) northeast out of Eureka.

4. Turn right onto Freshwater-Kneeland Road (at Three Corners Market). Continue
past Freshwater Park and up the hill on Freshwater-Kneeland Road.

5. Freshwater-Kneeland Road becomes just Kneeland Road as it nears the top of
the mountain. Continue past the Kneeland Post Office

6. Turn left onto Butler Valley Road (there may also be a sign at the intersection
for Maple Creek), and head down the east side of the mountain. (Be sure to
bear right downhill at the Butler Valley/Fickle Hill fork)

7. At the bottom of the mountain you will pass the Butler Valley Ranch and then
cross the Mad River. Shortly thereafter Butler Valley Road ends at Maple Creek

8. Bear right onto Maple Creek Road (downhill), NOT back toward Blue Lake.

9. Follow Maple Creek Road across a narrow bridge, past the school house. The
road becomes gravel.

10. Look for the Blue Slide Camp sign and driveway on the right. The gate lock
combination is 0308 (it may be locked when you arrive). Please close and
lock the gate behind you if it was locked when you arrived.

11. The camp is one-and-a-half miles down the gravel road from the gate.

12. YOU MADE IT! (About an hour from Eureka/Arcata)

Coming from the north...
Heading south on 101:
1. Take highway 299 east at the north end of Arcata.

2. Exit at Blue Lake onto Blue Lake Blvd. and follow it until it merges into Maple
Creek Road at the southeast side of town

3. Continue on Maple Creek Road approximately 14.7 miles to where it meets Butler
Valley Road. Bear left and continue on Maple Creek Road.

4. Continue with #9 above.