Vaxxed Bus San Diego Signing Event 9 1, 3 6 Pm

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Vaxxed Bus San Diego Signing Event 9 1, 3 6 Pm
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Vaxxed Bus San Diego Signing Event 9 1, 3 6 Pm says
Come sign the bus, tell your vaccine injury story, or just say hi.
**This is a FREE EVENT **

Thursday, February 2, 2017
2688 E Mission Bay Drive
San Diego, CA 92109
(Parking lot just north of the Visitors Center and the intersection of Clairemont Drive and Mission Bay Drive. )

From either I-5 North or I-5 South,
Take the Clairemont Drive exit 22
Turn left (West) onto Clairemont Drive and go a few yards to STOP sign
Turn right onto E. Mission Bay Drive
Go a few hundred feet and make your first left into the large RV/boat parking lot
Parking for smaller vehicles is in smaller lot to the far left, next to the playground, as well as spaces lining the sidewalk.

Parking is free.
Restrooms are next to the parking lot.
Vending machine with drinks is in front of the restrooms.
Bike Rentals are available in front of the restrooms ($5/half hour; $7/hr, $12/2 hr.)
Picnic Tables
Playground (more for small children-those for bigger kids are further south on the bayside walk)
Basketball court (Sized more for teens and adults-right next to the playground.)
Huge flocks of birds to watch and feed (bring your own feed)
Both sandy and rocky beaches to play on (I don’t recommend swimming, as the water is very cold this time of year and being a manmade bay, the water is not great quality.)
Bayside sidewalk where you can stroll, jog, bike, scooter or skate. There are workout stations along the path. More playgrounds and restrooms are located further south. The largest playground is at the far end, to the south, You can drive or walk to it.
Large, grassy fields for running, playing or sports.
Great kite-flying field further south. (Fun to watch, even if you don’t have your own. Some of the stunt-flying kites are amazing!)
Speed boats and jet skis are fun to watch.

Bring a jacket or sweater, as, no matter the time of year, it’s always windy and often a little chilly at the bay, even when it’s sunny.
Don’t forget hats, especially for those prone to earaches.
Bring your own water and food--might as well make it a picnic! There are no eateries within the park itself.
Bring blankets, towels or beach chairs for sitting, lying on.
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By: People for Informed Consent