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WALKING STICK STORYTELLERS GUILD

NOW RECRUITING STORYTELLERS! Email or call 714-649-9084 to join.

 

Friday, January 13 , 7pm Ghost Story Tour @ Black Star Canyon Rd, Santa Ana Mountains, Orange County, Difficulty=easy

Sunday, January 22, 1:30pm, Tales @ Pirate Sea Cave, Dana Point, Orange County, Difficulty=easy to moderate.

ABOUT US

Joel Robinson - A barefoot, bearded mountain man from Silverado Canyon who plays fiddle and mandolin and shares stories about the natural and cultural history of the Santa Ana Mountains in Orange County, CA. He is a professional naturalist (environmental educator) and has guided thousands of people on nature tours since 2001. Email.

Kirk Pickler - A freelance, bearded naturalist, biologist and educator. He has been active in outdoor California for most of his life. He is a multi-instrumentalist, gardener and simple-living advocate. He resides in North Orange County.

Shane Brown - A barefoot, bearded naturalist from Rancho Santa Margarita who plays guitar, tracks wildlife, restores habitat, and shares stories of adventures in Humboldt and Orange County.

Chase Brown - A barefoot, bearded naturalist from Rancho Santa Margarita who Morris dances, climbs trees, eats wild edibles, studies indigenous languages, and shares stories about rambling all over the place.

Ryan Fawley - A musician, actor, and naturalist from Silverado Canyon who plays banjo and drums, performs in community theater, and shares stories about the supernatural, childhood memories, geologic history, and beyond.

Jennifer Sundell - A teacher, singer, actor, naturalist and mom from Silverado Canyon who educates autistic children, performs in community theater, and shares hilarious stories about her family, haunting urban legends, and beyond.

 



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Outdoor storytelling on trails, old roads & around fire rings. Living history tours & presentations celebrating the lifeways of our ancestors.

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