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You are Invited to the Wedding of

Christopher Brodeur & Claudia Paghunie


AUGUST 14TH, 2016

Please Join us for an all inclusive weekend celebrating our union. Ticket cost includes three nights of accommodations, meals and entertainment.

 
 

About Us


On our very first date, I open the door to a very handsome man (Christopher, of course) handing me my very own helmet... Immediately I was put into a scenario of trusting this man with my life.

"Here we go." I thought.

A thrilling motorcycle ride through San Francisco's beautiful and busy streets led us to a very relaxed restaurant near the heart of Golden Gate Park. Little did we know, we had just stepped in to the deepest of loves we had ever known. 

Four months later, the man of my dreams tells me to pack a bag, "We're going on a trip!" 

Crossing the entire United States, we arrive... Snowy, cold, and in the middle of February we take a stroll down Central Park, New York. It was breathtaking! 

Moments later, in the middle of a frosted gazebo, he begins to express his love for me. Bewildered and still trying to come into the reality of this perfect dream, Christopher gets down on one knee and asks, "Will you marry me?" 

So here we are, friends and family... In a heavenly state of happiness. We ask you to join us for the union of our love, August 14, 2016. 


Directions


 

Please print out our Directions to Camp as GPS can be faulty in the Anderson Valley, and some map services give the wrong directions.

 

DIRECTIONS FROM HWY 101

 

U.S. 101 from north or south towards Cloverdale to junction with CA - 128 West to Fort Bragg/ Mendocino.
- Take the CA-128 W exit towards Ft. Bragg/ Mendocino  - 0.2 mi.
- Turn left onto CA 128 W / N. Cloverdale Blvd. – 0.8 mi.
- Turn right to stay on CA-128  to Navarro, CA - 41.3 mi.
- At the Navarro General Store, continue on CA-128 to the first bridge - 1.6 mi.

Cross the North Fork of the Navarro River and turn right on Masonite Road - 100 ft.

- Take Masonite Rd. to the entrance to Camp Navarro -  0.7 mi.
- Turn right at the sign to Camp Navarro into the main parking area.

Map of Camp Navarro

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What to Pack


CLOTHING AND FOOTWEAR

Please refer to the weather averages before selecting your wardrobe, and check back in with Weather Underground prior to the event for more accurate weather predictions

For warmer temperatures, we suggest sun-shielding hats, swimsuits, water sandals, t-shirts, and shorts

For colder temperatures, we suggest long-sleeved shirts, fleece jacket or wool sweater, boots, and rainwear

Sleeping Accommodations

To achieve the best night's rest, according to our Camp regulars, we suggest bringing a sleeping bag, a pillow, and your favorite comforter or blanket

Personal Items

Stay comfortable with your sunscreen, sunglasses, toothbrush, toiletries (camp has shared bathrooms and shower facilities), towel, brush/comb

In and Around Camp

We have acres of redwood forest surround you during your stay, bring a camera and memory card, folding chairs, flashlights with extra batteries, and your bikes for fun transportation


Accommodations


CABIN

Cabin and tent assignments will be posted at camp and be available upon arrival.

Electrical, 2- 8 beds, Shared Remodeled Bathrooms

ADIRONDACKS (OPEN AIR CABINS)

Sleeping up to 8 individuals per adirondack, clustered through the Redwoods in nine camps

TENT CAMPING

Open festival style camping. Select your   own spot in our general tent camping area. 

RECREATION VEHICLE

Self Contained Camping Area

*See Map for Locations

STAYING NEAR BY

We found the best of the best places if you're interested in staying near by via Google. If you have questions regarding staying near by, please directly call or email any of the places below.

The Navarro Mill Guest House — Website — (707) 895-3027
This guest house is a unique historical building, a tastefully restored grand home built for the owner of the local sawmill during the logging boom in the early years of the twentieth century.

Anderson Valley Inn — Website — (707) 895-3325
Located in the heart of the Anderson Valley, in the small town of Philo, is a quiet inn with the accessibility to enjoy all the splendors of the Valley, the Anderson Valley Inn. The Inn is constructed from redwood and with newly remodeled rooms, provides a contemporary ambience that connects the serenity of nature with the luxuries of modern life. A stones throw away from one of the most striking wine regions in Mendocino County and right around the corner from the Navarro River and Hendy Woods State Park. A reasonable fare is offered ranging from $65.00 to $125.00 and varying from weekday to weekend.

The Boonville Hotel Table 128 — Website — (707) 895-2210
An historic but contemporary roadhouse in the heart of Anderson Valley, with quiet, gracious rooms and a renowned restaurant featuring locally grown products.

Holly Hill Farms — Website — (707) 895-2269
This quiet rural spot is the perfect anchor from which to experience all that the Anderson Valley has to offer. On twelve acres of majestic redwood groves and gentle sunlit meadows, there are two separate and private accommodations. A kitchen garden which provides herbs, vegetables, fresh fruit and flowers, a pond and seasonal streams.

Pinoli Ranch Country Inn — (707) 895-2550
This off the road getaway in the Anderson Valley has quiet, spacious, private rooms in a charming ranch house sitting atop a hill with million dollar 360 degree views and a scrumptious country breakfast.

The Other Place — Website — (707) 895-3979
A 500 acre ranch with four secluded and unique cottages with all the comforts of home; full modern kitchens, wood burning stoves, spectacular valley views, telephone and television.

Van Zandt Redwood View Resort — Website — (707) 895-3174
Perfect for the family, or those who love the rustic setting, this is a collection of cabins in the beautiful Anderson Valley along the Navarro River. May through September only.


Contact Us


For all questions related to the Camp, Wedding or Accommodations contact:

Christopher & Claudia

Phone: (707) 633 3020

Email: info@campnavarro.com

 
 
 
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Sample Event Page - DUPLICATE


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About Us


On our very first date, I open the door to a very handsome man (Christopher, of course) handing me my very own helmet... Immediately I was put into a scenario of trusting this man with my life.

"Here we go." I thought.

A thrilling motorcycle ride through San Francisco's beautiful and busy streets led us to a very relaxed restaurant near the heart of Golden Gate Park. Little did we know, we had just stepped in to the deepest of loves we had ever known. 

Four months later, the man of my dreams tells me to pack a bag, "We're going on a trip!" 

Crossing the entire United States, we arrive... Snowy, cold, and in the middle of February we take a stroll down Central Park, New York. It was breathtaking! 

Moments later, in the middle of a frosted gazebo, he begins to express his love for me. Bewildered and still trying to come into the reality of this perfect dream, Christopher gets down on one knee and asks, "Will you marry me?" 

So here we are, friends and family... In a heavenly state of happiness. We ask you to join us for the union of our love, August 14, 2016. 

 

Please print out our Directions to Camp as GPS can be faulty in the Anderson Valley, and some map services give the wrong directions.

 

DIRECTIONS FROM HWY 101

 

U.S. 101 from north or south towards Cloverdale to junction with CA - 128 West to Fort Bragg/ Mendocino.
- Take the CA-128 W exit towards Ft. Bragg/ Mendocino  - 0.2 mi.
- Turn left onto CA 128 W / N. Cloverdale Blvd. – 0.8 mi.
- Turn right to stay on CA-128  to Navarro, CA - 41.3 mi.
- At the Navarro General Store, continue on CA-128 to the first bridge - 1.6 mi.

Cross the North Fork of the Navarro River and turn right on Masonite Road - 100 ft.

- Take Masonite Rd. to the entrance to Camp Navarro -  0.7 mi.
- Turn right at the sign to Camp Navarro into the main parking area.

Map of Camp Navarro

download.jpeg

What to Pack


CLOTHING AND FOOTWEAR

Please refer to the weather averages before selecting your wardrobe, and check back in with Weather Underground prior to the event for more accurate weather predictions

For warmer temperatures, we suggest sun-shielding hats, swimsuits, water sandals, t-shirts, and shorts

For colder temperatures, we suggest long-sleeved shirts, fleece jacket or wool sweater, boots, and rainwear

Sleeping Accommodations

To achieve the best night's rest, according to our Camp regulars, we suggest bringing a sleeping bag, a pillow, and your favorite comforter or blanket

Personal Items

Stay comfortable with your sunscreen, sunglasses, toothbrush, toiletries (camp has shared bathrooms and shower facilities), towel, brush/comb

In and Around Camp

We have acres of redwood forest surround you during your stay, bring a camera and memory card, folding chairs, flashlights with extra batteries, and your bikes for fun transportation



CABIN

Cabin and tent assignments will be posted at camp and be available upon arrival.

Electrical, 2- 8 beds, Shared Remodeled Bathrooms

ADIRONDACKS (OPEN AIR CABINS)

Sleeping up to 8 individuals per adirondack, clustered through the Redwoods in nine camps

TENT CAMPING

Open festival style camping. Select your   own spot in our general tent camping area. 

RECREATION VEHICLE

Self Contained Camping Area

*See Map for Locations

STAYING NEAR BY

We found the best of the best places if you're interested in staying near by via Google. If you have questions regarding staying near by, please directly call or email any of the places below.

The Navarro Mill Guest House — Website — (707) 895-3027
This guest house is a unique historical building, a tastefully restored grand home built for the owner of the local sawmill during the logging boom in the early years of the twentieth century.

Anderson Valley Inn — Website — (707) 895-3325
Located in the heart of the Anderson Valley, in the small town of Philo, is a quiet inn with the accessibility to enjoy all the splendors of the Valley, the Anderson Valley Inn. The Inn is constructed from redwood and with newly remodeled rooms, provides a contemporary ambience that connects the serenity of nature with the luxuries of modern life. A stones throw away from one of the most striking wine regions in Mendocino County and right around the corner from the Navarro River and Hendy Woods State Park. A reasonable fare is offered ranging from $65.00 to $125.00 and varying from weekday to weekend.

The Boonville Hotel Table 128 — Website — (707) 895-2210
An historic but contemporary roadhouse in the heart of Anderson Valley, with quiet, gracious rooms and a renowned restaurant featuring locally grown products.

Holly Hill Farms — Website — (707) 895-2269
This quiet rural spot is the perfect anchor from which to experience all that the Anderson Valley has to offer. On twelve acres of majestic redwood groves and gentle sunlit meadows, there are two separate and private accommodations. A kitchen garden which provides herbs, vegetables, fresh fruit and flowers, a pond and seasonal streams.

Pinoli Ranch Country Inn — (707) 895-2550
This off the road getaway in the Anderson Valley has quiet, spacious, private rooms in a charming ranch house sitting atop a hill with million dollar 360 degree views and a scrumptious country breakfast.

The Other Place — Website — (707) 895-3979
A 500 acre ranch with four secluded and unique cottages with all the comforts of home; full modern kitchens, wood burning stoves, spectacular valley views, telephone and television.

Van Zandt Redwood View Resort — Website — (707) 895-3174
Perfect for the family, or those who love the rustic setting, this is a collection of cabins in the beautiful Anderson Valley along the Navarro River. May through September only.


Contact Us


For all questions related to the Camp, Wedding or Accommodations contact:

Christopher & Claudia

Phone: (707) 633 3020

Email: info@campnavarro.com