BLU Race Logistics Bible

2024 BLU Race Logistics Bible 

This Race Logistics Bible provides important and detailed information on the 12th Annual BLU.
Please take time to read thoroughly as it will enhance your BLU experience. Even if you are a
veteran BLU runner, please take time to read as check-in and guest policies have been updated.
Please note, this information is a “draft”, as of February 21, 2024, and will be updated March
21, 2024.

Race Location
The race takes place at the non-profit Pathfinder Ranch (35510 Pathfinder Road, Mountain
Center, CA 92561).  When you approach the Ranch from Highway 74, you turn on Devil’s
Ladder Road as it leads you to the front entrance of the ranch (only entranced you are allowed to
enter through).  IMPORTANT:  Outside animals (dogs, cats, etc.) are not allowed.  Sorry,
Pathfinder is a working farm and forbids outside animals at this race.  Pathfinder is a private
year-round non-profit camp and retreat center for kids and adults.  As such, runners are not
allowed to visit and tour the ranch ahead of the event.  Also, no arrivals are ever allowed
between 10:00 PM and 7:00 AM during the event.  VERY IMPORTANT:  There is no smoking
or vaping of ANY kind allowed anywhere at Pathfinder Ranch, or anywhere remotely close to
the Ranch or the course.  If a runner, or a member of a runner’s crew/family are caught smoking,
the runner will immediately be disqualified from the race and asked to promptly leave the
Ranch.  There is absolutely zero tolerance with this rule as the Ranch is in a high-risk fire zone,
so please make darn sure your crew/family are aware of this rule. With respect to alcohol; since
co-founders/owners Stephanie & Ken love white & red wine, respectively, moderate/non-
excessive drinking is allowed during the event by runners, crew and family.

Arrival Check-In & Parking
When pulling into Pathfinder Ranch, you will come to a stop sign with the lake on your right.
You will see a check-in table, straight ahead, just past the stop sign.  Unlike previous years, do
NOT come to the aid station. During peak hours, someone will be manning this table.  They’ll
check you in, provide you with your race credentials, goodie bag, lodging information, a NEW
2024 parking map and basically everything you need to know about getting settled in at
Pathfinder.  You’ll also get a one-pager that summarizes meal times, activities, etc. Great for
your guests to carry in their pocket. During slow times, there might not be anyone at the table. If
this is the case, you will find a walkie-talkie on the table. Simply hit the talk button and
announce your arrival.  One of the 3 race directors will hear you on our walkie-talkies and
promptly come over to meet you.  As a reminder, there are no arrivals allowed between 10:00
PM – 7:00 AM.

RV’s and Course-Side Camping
If you paid for RV parking, we will show you where to park along the course. Similarly, if you
plan to tent or car camp, we will show you course-side locations to set-up/park. As a reminder,
there are no hook-ups for RV’s. If you are RV-ing and or tent/car camping, you are allowed to
use the bathrooms and showers in the bunkhouse cabins.

Nearest Town, Convenience Store & Restaurant
– Idyllwild, CA is about 15 miles from the Ranch.  It’s a very cute town with several
restaurants, a few lodging options, grocery store and lots of little shops.  It’s a cool little
town and it is where we often stay after we breakdown the race.
– The nearest convenience store and gas station is Santa Rosa Pit Stop located about 5.9
miles away (56570 Highway 74).  Turn left on 74 when leaving Pathfinder. 
– The nearest restaurant is Paradise Café (61721 Highway 74), located just 3 miles from
Pathfinder. Turn left on 74 when leaving Pathfinder. This is a great spot for your family,
friends & crew to grab a meal and relax.

Nearest Airports
The closest airport is Palm Springs at 39 miles away, followed by Ontario Airport (77 miles
away).  San Diego Airport is 100 miles away, while Los Angeles International is 129 miles away.


– All registered runners, EXCEPT 50K and 50-mile runners, receive on-site lodging in
bunkhouse cabins as part of their registration fee.  You will be assigned to a bunkhouse
and be allowed to stay there the night before your race, along with the night of your race. 
For example, since the 100-mile race starts on Friday, April 5th, the 100-mile runners
will be assigned a bunk spot on both Thursday and Friday nights (April 4 th  & 5), not
Saturday, unless a Saturday night stay was purchased. As another example, since 72-hour
runners start their race on Thursday, April 4 th , they will be assigned 4 nights of lodging
starting Wednesday, April 3 rd and ending Sunday, April 7 th .
– Lodging is not included in the 50K and 50-mile registration fees, but can be purchased on
a first-come first-served basis.
– Pathfinder Ranch is a year-round educational camp and the bunkhouse cabins are
communal.  Each cabin contains separate sex restrooms with multiple showers, toilet
stalls, sinks, etc.  Each cabin also has a small family gathering room.  You will need to
bring your own linens (sleeping bag, or bed sheets/blankets, pillow, towel for showering
and other personal care items like soap and shampoo).  The cabins are heated and have
electrical outlets for charging phones, etc.  The individual shower stales have hot water
and the bathrooms are always open (great for taking a mid-race shower to “wake up and
get back at it”).  While it’s not the Four Seasons, or even Hampton Inn for that matter, the
set-up has worked great for 12 years.
– Two weeks before the event, runners will receive an email asking them to submit any
bunking-mate preferences. Please do not email preferences any sooner.

Lodging Wristbands
– Guests, crew and family who are registered to stay in the bunkhouse cabins will be given
a 2024 color-coded BLU wristband at check-in and will be required to wear the wristband
throughout their stay.  They will also receive any meal tickets that were purchased during
– We put this race on every year as a way to give-back to the ultra community and celebrate
second chances at life.  Over the last 11 years, the race has raised well over $250,000 for
the non-profit Pathfinder Ranch.  Your participation in BLU helps send economically
challenged kids to sleep-away camp throughout the year. Due to covid, the non-profit
Pathfinder Ranch was forced to close for over a year. The pandemic wreaked havoc on
their finances and they are still recovering in 2024. YOU being here this year helps them
a ton, so thank-you! With that said, we appreciate everyone adhering to the lodging rules.
Only paid overnight runners, along with paid family and friends, can stay in the cabins.
Arrival Time Times for Each Race / Packet Pick-Up

– April 3rd (Wednesday):  72-hour runners, along with those who paid to stay Wednesday
night, are welcome to arrive starting at Noon.   Please don’t arrive any earlier as we will
be in set-up mode.  With that said though, we do encourage you to arrive early afternoon
so you have the afternoon to walk around and enjoy the Ranch! We will have packet
pick-up from Noon – 5:45 PM and again from 6:45 PM – 8:00 PM at the check-in
entrance. As a reminder, if no one is at the check-in desk, simply call us on the walkie-
talkie you’ll find on the table and one of the 3 RD’s will promptly come meet you.

– April 4 th (Thursday):  48-hour runners, along with 100-mile runners and those who paid
to stay Thursday night, are welcome to arrive starting at Noon.  Arrive early afternoon so
you can enjoy a carefree day exploring the Ranch as you prep for your race and watch the
72-hour runners compete.  We will have packet pick-up from Noon – 5:45 PM and again
from 6:45 PM – 8:00 PM at the check-in entrance. As a reminder, if no one is at the
check-in desk, simply call us on the walkie-talkie you’ll find on the table and one of the 3
RD’s will promptly come meet you. Race day packet pick-up for 72-hour runners will be
available from 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM on Thursday.

– April 5 th (Friday): 24-hour runners, along with 50-mile runners, 50K runners and those
who purchased a Friday night stay, are welcome to arrive starting at Noon. We will have
packet pick-up from Noon – 5:45 PM and again from 6:45 PM – 8:00 PM at the check-in
entrance. As a reminder, if no one is at the check-in desk, simply call us on the walkie-
talkie you’ll find on the table and one of the 3 RD’s will promptly come meet you. Race
day packet pick-up for 48-hour & 100M runners will be available from 7:00 AM – 8:00
AM on Friday.

– April 6th (Saturday): Race-day packet pick-up will be available from 7:00 AM – 8:00
AM at the entrance table for 24-hour runners, along with 50M & 50K runners. Course
closes at 8:30 PM for the 100-mile runners (36-hour cut-off).

– April 7 th (Sunday):  The course closes at 8:30 AM.  Award ceremony takes place at 9:00
AM.  All Saturday night bunkhouse runners, along with 24/48/72-hour runners and all
paid guests, must completely vacate the bunkhouse cabins by 1:00 PM Sunday. All
runners and guests, including those camping and or RV-ing, must vacate Pathfinder by
1:00 PM Sunday.

Please Note –  We DO NOT allow any “check-ins” or “arrivals” between 10:00 PM
and 6:30 AM.  Four reasons.  One, we don’t want you disturbing folks in the bunkhouse
cabins who will be sleeping.  Second, we have very limited help during the wee hours of
the night and those of us who are awake are highly focused on taking care of sleep-
deprived runners. Third, the 3 race directors are on sleeping shifts during these hours and
the on-duty race director must stay at the lake.   Forth, runners are tired during the late-
night hours and we want to avoid bright car lights at night (it’s dangerous). Zero
exceptions to this policy. We appreciate everyone’s understanding.

Race Start Times / Time Limits
– Thursday, April 4 th :  72-hour race starts at 8:30 AM
– Friday, April 5 th :  48-hour race & 100-Mile race start at 8:30 AM
– Saturday, April 6 th :  The 24-hour race, along with the 50M & 50K races, start at 8:30
– Please arrive to the start/finish line area race-ready by 8:10 AM on the day of your race.
We give a pre-race talk and take group pictures by the lake.

– The 100M race has a 36-hour time limit, so the course will close at 8:30 PM on Saturday
for the 100-mile runners.  The course closes Sunday at 8:30 AM for all other races.  With
that said, the 50M and 50K races technically have a 24-hour time limit.

Pathfinder Ranch is remote and it’s VERY HARD to recruit volunteers, as there is no significant
local running community.  With the 72-hour race returning yet again, the workload is triple that
of a normal 100-mile race and we could sure use help recruiting volunteers.  The “behind the
scenes” workload for a multi-day ultra which includes lodging, catered meals and non-running
activities is tremendous.   If you have friends, family or crew, please ask them to consider
volunteering for a shift, or two. They can crew you from the aid station and have FUN with us.
Again, this is a tough race to recruit volunteers for and your help is greatly appreciated! Plus,
volunteers earn between $25-$40 of race credit per shift and the credit is transferrable for others
to use in the future. Volunteers allow the RD’s (Steph, Lee and Ken) to get much needed sleep.
As observed in year’s past BLU is ridiculously fun if the RD’s are rested and have time to set-up
their fun shenanigans. is Simply CLICK HERE to register your family and or friends.


When checking the weather forecast, please use zip code 92561. CLICK HERE for long-term
weather forecast. BTW, Pathfinder Ranch has its own little real-time weather station. CLICK
HERE to see current weather conditions at Pathfinder. It’s not uncommon to heave weather
swings as large as 50 degrees during a single day.  Assume it will be COLD during the wee-
hours of the night and HOT during the mid-afternoon hours.  Also, since the course is mostly
exposed to the sun, please bring your own sunscreen, you will need it!

Course, Trash & Course Cutting

– All runners will run a 2-mile loop course on mostly groomed trails; meandering through
one of Southern California’s premier educational non-profit camp retreats, complete with
a canoe lake, sprawling horse pasture, private meadows, an archery range, a high-ropes
climbing wall, and a working farm with horses, chickens, turkeys, goats, pigs and ducks.
– It would be easy to cheat and cut corners on the BLU course.  Cheating has happened in
the past and is not tolerated.  We have an extremely heavy “behind the scenes” workload
and the last thing we want to worry about is whether or not someone is cutting the course
and hiding out in a bathroom. It’s simple, this is a boutique family style ultra – don’t
– Anyone caught littering, or course cutting, will be removed from the race and asked to
leave the venue.

You should absolutely consider wearing gaiters for this race. 95% of the course is run on dirt,
with about 5% of the course being a bit sandy. Several runners buy their gaiters from Dirty Girl
Gaiters. CLICK HERE to visit their site.

Fun and More Fun
Pathfinder Ranch really is a super cool place to hang out.  Folks love arriving early and exploring
the ranch.  You can check out all the animals, spend time canoeing around the lake, enjoy the
archery range and hike around the ranch and surrounding mountains.

Canoe Lake & Archery Range
The canoe lake and archery range will be open at various times during the event and is free.
Since we pay extra for these activities, please take time to enjoy if you can – I sure will! Also,
it’s always fun when a runner goes for a quick canoe paddle in the middle of a race! Canoeing
will take place from 3:00 – 5:00 PM on Friday and Saturday. Archery will take place from 1:30 –
3:00 PM on Friday.

Rock Wall & Zipline
Saturday at 1:30 PM. $30 fee paid by April 1st. Subject to cancelation if there are not 15

Alpine Tower
Saturday at 11:30 AM. $20 fee paid by April 1 st . Subject to cancelation if there are not 10

Nature Center & Hike
Saturday 10:00 AM. $15 fee paid by April 1 st . Subject to cancelation if there are not 10

Nightly Outdoor Movies
We play outdoor movies throughout the night adjacent to the aid station (subject to wind
conditions).  The first movie of each evening will be kid friendly, meaning not rated R.  Late
night movies are generally old school comedies rated R.  Obviously free to all.

Outdoor Fire with S’mores

We will have a fire and s’mores under the ramada by the bunkhouse cabins at least a couple of
nights. We will try to do this each night for an hour, or so, around 8:00 PM-ish. We are always
looking for an adult to volunteer to oversee the s’mores station each night. Simply let us know
you’d like to oversee s’mores one-night and we will give you all the s’mores supplies for an
evening of fun.

Portable Hot Tub
We will again be setting up our portable hot tub next to the aid station tent.  The hot tub is
primarily meant for runners to use throughout the race and will be open at various times. 
However, guests and crew are welcome to soak. It’s always enjoyable to soak in the tub and
squirt runners as they go by with our super soaker squirt guns. If you are running and want to use
the tub, simply ask and we will uncover it for you.  There will be a small portable outdoor\
shower next to the hot tub.  All runners must rise off before enjoying a mid-race, or post-race,
soak.  Sorry, but for liability reasons, you must be 18 years of age to use the hot tub. Again,
guests of runners are welcome to use the hot tub. Just ask at the aid station and we will uncover
the tub. Obviously, runners get “first dibs”.

Note about Canoeing and Archery: Runners, along with their guests, are welcome to canoe and
use the archery range.  A Pathfinder Ranch employee will man the canoe lake and archery range
and will require each person who canoes and participates in archery to sign a quick release
(parents must sign kids’ releases).  BTW, to make life easier for everyone, we’ll ask folks to
simply sign these activity releases when arriving at the Ranch and checking-in.

Pacing / Trekking Poles

Pacing is only allowed from dusk to dawn.  While you can have multiple pacers on your crew,
you can only have two running with you at a time and there is no bike pacing.  Historically,
we’ve only allowed one pacer at a time, but since it’s such a boutique race and there’s plenty of
room on the course, we’re now allowing 2 pacers at a time.  During the daylight hours, we ask
that only runners be on the course.  While the rule is no pacing during daylight hours, the race
directors, under certain circumstances, might allow a runner to have a pacer during daylight
hours for safety reasons.  For example, if we believe a runner is in a bit of distress, we might
request a pacer accompany the runner on a lap out of an abundance of caution.  There is no prize
money, or USATF tiles on the line during this race, so we will in fact allow a daytime pacer if a
particular situation warrants one.  Permission must be granted by one of the race directors (Ken,
Stephanie or Lee). Please don’t be afraid to ask!  Lastly, if you are age 60 or older, you may have
a pacer at any time during your race after the first 8 hours of your race. Trekking Poles are

Safety Removal from the Race

If a race director feels your health or well-being is at risk, we have the right to remove you from
the race and have you rest/recover until we feel you are OK to continue.  For those who don’t
know us, we are VERY well known for our ability to push runners beyond their perceived limits
and keep them going when they really want to quit. We’ve directed over 25 multi-day races and
we’ve only stopped a runner 5 times. REMEMBER, you “ebb and flow” during an ultra. Most
likely you will want to quit many times during the race.  These dark moments are short lived and
quickly pass. The beauty of a short loop ultra is you have runners all around you who will help
you through the dark times.

Flashlights / Headlamps / Moon
The Ranch gets virtually no light pollution.  Therefore, the Ranch gets very dark at night.  In
fact, a “new moon” is schedule for April 8 th . Stated differently, the moon will be ¼ visible at
the start of BLU and disappear by the end of BLU. It will be very dark! Runners should run
with a headlamp and/or carry a flashlight (bring extra batteries).  For those of you who are new
to running at night, please remember to look down when approaching another runner, or when
stopping at the aid station.  You don’t want to blind people.  Importantly, please make sure your
family and/or crew have flashlights and/or headlamps as they will need them when walking
around the Ranch at night. 

Cell Service
There is AT&T and Verizon cell service at Pathfinder Ranch.  However, service is a bit spotty
and for all other carriers.  Also, since the Ranch receives its wireless service through limited
satellite, you should not count on strong wi-fi service. So everyone can access the internet, we
ask that runners and guests NOT to stream videos and games while at the Ranch, as it will crash
live timing.

Not allowed. Pathfinder Ranch rule as the Ranch is a working farm with lots of farm animals. 
ZERO exceptions. Pressuring us won’t work.  We can’t even bring our own beloved dog Zoey. 

Aid Station
We take great pride in having a large variety of food available at our aid station. For this year’s
BLU, hot foods will be served only from the cafeteria during four one-hour meal periods. 
Packaged foods, hydration and liquid hot foods will be distributed at the aid station, along with
tons of snacks.

Aid Station Hydration
Water, Tailwind or Gatorade, Coke, Mt. Dew, Ginger Ale, coffee, tea and hot chocolate will be
served at the aid station. Please bring a water bottle, or some type of hydration device for your
water. If you prefer not to carry water, you can simply leave your bottle on a designated table
right next to the aid station. Disposable cups are not used for water.

Race Food

– Like the last three years, “main” hot meals will be served almost exclusively out of the
course-side cafeteria during breakfast, lunch and dinner. The cafeteria will be open for
one hour during these main meal periods for runners and paid guests to simply pop-in and
eat at their leisure. For meals prepared by Stephanie and her team, food will be served on
disposable plates and silverware. For the meals prepared by Pathfinder Ranch’s culinary
team, food will be served on normal plates (disposable containers will be available for
“runners on the go” to transfer their plated meal to disposable containers). Main meals
can be eaten inside the cafeteria, or on the go.

-Packaged foods, along with liquid based warm foods (soups, coffee, oatmeal, etc.),
sandwich foods, snacks, etc. will be served from the main aid station 24/7 throughout the
entire event.

Cafeteria Meal Time Schedule and Anticipated Menu
Please note: The below is the tentative menu for BLU 2024. We will send out an updated
Race Bible 2 weeks before BLU kicks-off with the finalized menu.

FYI: There are vegetarian options available during the meal periods. If you have other very
specific dietary needs, please plan accordingly and bring your own nutrition. Microwaves are
available in the bunkhouses and we can provide ice for you to re-stock your personal cooler.
April 3rd (Wednesday)
– 6:00 PM – Dinner for 72-Hour runners and paid guests (prepared by Pathfinder)
– Spaghetti and meatballs or spaghetti with veggies, salad & bread
– Served in cafeteria 

April 4 th (Thursday)
– 7:00 AM = Breakfast for 72-Hour runners and paid guests (prepared by Pathfinder)
– Pancakes, sausage, oatmeal, fruits, bananas & coffee
– Served in cafeteria
– 11:00 AM = Early Lunch – Veggie /Turkey and Ham sandwiches with Rice
– Served in cafeteria
– 3:00 PM = Late Lunch – Chicken and Vegan Breaded Chicken Sandwiches
– Served in cafeteria
– 6:00 PM = Dinner for 72/48-Hour runners, 100-Mile runners and paid guests (prepared
by Pathfinder)
– Pastas, salad & bread
– Served in cafeteria
– 9:00 PM = Pizza for 72-Hour runners at Aid Station
– 11PM – 5AM = Chili, Ramen, Grilled Cheese at Aid Station

April 5 th (Friday)

– 7:00 AM = Breakfast for 72/48-Hour runners, 100-Mile runners and paid guests
(prepared by Pathfinder)
– French Toast Sticks, scrambled eggs, bacon, Oatmeal, fruits, bananas, coffee
– Served in cafeteria
– 11:00 AM = Early Lunch – Veggie, Turkey and Ham sandwiches with mashed potatoes
– Served in cafeteria
– 3:00 PM = Late Lunch – Soft tacos/bean burritos and rice
– Served in cafeteria
– 6:00 PM = Lakeside BBQ Dinner for 24/48/72-Hour runners, 100-Mile runners and paid
– Burgers, Hot Dogs, Vegan and Vegetarian Burgers, Pickles, Beans, Potato Salad
– Served lakeside in the picnic area by Aid Station

– 9:00 PM = Lasagna at Aid Station
– 11PM – 5AM = Ravioli, Ramen, Cheese Quesadilla at Aide Station

April 6th (Saturday)
– 7:00 AM = Breakfast for 72/48/24-Hour runners, 100-Mile runners and paid guests
(prepared by Pathfinder)
– Breakfast burrito tray, oatmeal, fruit & coffee
– Served in cafeteria
– 11:00 AM = Early Lunch – Chicken and Vegan Breaded Chicken Sandwiches
– Served in cafeteria
– 3:00 PM = Late Lunch – Veggie /Turkey and Ham sandwiches with mashed potatoes
– Served in cafeteria
– 6:00 PM = Dinner 72/48/24-Hour runners and paid guests (prepared by Pathfinder)
– Chicken entree & salad bowl
– Served in cafeteria
– 9:00 PM = Pizza at Aid Station
– 11PM – 5AM = Lentil and Ramen Soup, Grilled Cheese and Beef Stew at Aid Station

April 7th (Sunday)

– 5:30AM – 6:30AM = Breakfast for 72/48/24-Hour runners and paid guests
– Chocolate Chip Pancakes, hard boiled eggs and oatmeal
– Served at Aid Station

Personal Aid Stations
There are tons of spots to set-up your own personal aid station, or to leave a drop bag.  The
course literally passes right by the cabins, so it’s super easy to put on your warm cloths at night,
or to duck in and take a quick mid-race shower. You are more than welcome to set up small
tables, pop-up tents, chairs, etc. near the cabin as a personal aid station.  Although, don’t forget
the cabins are literally located within a few feet from the course, so we would suggest keeping
the bulk of your stuff inside (especially your clothes).

First Aid
We always have a first aid kit on site and since we’re active ultra runners ourselves (or we were
once upon a time), we have the knowledge to help you with issues. However, if you have the
unfortunate tendency to blister, please bring your own Band-Aids, blister kits, etc. We are by no
means a CVS Pharmacy and the supplies we keep on-hand are meant for emergencies.  Bring
Body Glide or some other type of personal lubricant.  Chaffing sucks!  If you are new to ultra-
running, you should even consider bringing a tube of Desitin Baby Cream in your bag.  I’ve seen
the toughest of ultra runners break down in tears due to chaffing “where the sun doesn’t
shine”. Avoid this by all costs by lubing-up!

Group Picture and Race Day Briefing
A race day briefing will be held 20 minutes before each race on the small picture island across
from the aid station (same spot as always).  We will also take our annual pre-race picture before
each race.  Please be on this little island by 8:10 AM on the day your race starts.


– If you are running the 100-mile race and did not purchase a Saturday night stay-over, you
must vacate the bunkhouse by 5:00 PM on Saturday.  If you are taking full advantage of
the generous 36-hour 100M time limit and still running past 5:00 PM, we ask that you
vacate soon after you finish.

– If you are running the 24/48/72-hour races, or you purchased a Saturday night stay-over,
you must vacate the bunkhouse cabins by 1:00PM on Sunday.  As a reminder, the course
closes for good at 8:30 AM on Sunday and the awards should be done by 9:00 AM.  You
are welcome to shower/sleep after your race is complete on Sunday, but everyone must
leave the Ranch by 1:00 PM on Sunday.

Pathfinder Ranch (Summer Camp for Kids Opportunities)
– Pathfinder Ranch is a year-round, non-profit educational camp primarily serving youths
ages 7-14. Throughout the school year, elementary schools visit Pathfinder for multi-day
educational experiences. During the summer, Pathfinder hosts five sleep-away camp
sessions where kids ages 7-14 spend 5 nights at camp. The camp hosts kids almost ever
week of the year, with our BLU week being one of their only non-kid weeks. You’ll
receive fliers in your BLU Swag Bag with information about their youth summer camp. 
The camp is extremely affordable and truly a magical experience for kids.  Through this
special race and your support, Stephanie and I have been honored to financially support
this camp for the past decade and strongly recommend the camp to all our running friends
who have kids.
– To say Pathfinder Ranch has been devasted by Covid-19 is an understatement.  They
were closed for a year with zero revenue and the California schools are just now starting
to come back. If you have the capacity and willingness to help Pathfinder Ranch emerge
from the pandemic and start welcoming kids, CLICK HERE to view donation
opportunities. Thanks for considering.

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