The Salamanca Family – Ready for action on Lake Loop 2020

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After supporting the Lake Loop for the last seven years, the entire Salamanca family is getting ready to start their virtual Lake Loop 2020. To get into condition the family is going for early morning walks, paddle boarding, bike riding, and other family activities.

Lake Loop 2020 Interview Movie                        Watch VideoStarting on the official opening date of October 1, 2020, the Salamanca Family will start entering their hours through the Strava Application or a separate google forms were members and teams can track their time online, where on general you need to put about 1.5 hours in a day doing one of the following activities.

  • Bike
  • Run
  • Hike
  • Walk
  • Kayak
  • Canoe
  • Paddle Board
  • Hydro Bike
  • Row
  • Swim
  • Water Ski
  • Yoga
  • Cross Fit
  • Workout
  • Weight Train
  • Dance
  • Stationary Bike
  • Stair Stepper

Any of the above activities count towards your daily count towards the 1.5 hours that need to be logged October 1 – 11, 2020

In the case of the Salamanca Family, they have already started the morning walks, bike rides, and paddle boarding to get ready for the event. “This is one of the biggest events for us, as it gives us a chance to give back to the Lake and support a Foundation that here is to protect our lake now and in the future. Our kids need to understand how to understand and support the lake in the future.”

“The Virtual event makes it easier for us rather than trying to compress them into one day.” We start with a 2.5-mile dog walk and use the paddleboards on the weekends.” The hours are all put together online for us.”

According to Sheri Salamanca, “This is a great year to get started in the Lake Loop as it’s a go at your own pace.”

The family has joined with neighbors into a team named Landing Legions, which has already raised $135.00 as the Landing Legions.

The Lake Hopatcong Foundation's annual Lake Loop bike, run, paddle has been reimagined as the Virtual Lake Loop Challenge due to COVID-19. Lake Loop will still celebrate Lake Hopatcong as a recreational resource, only now participants will come together virtually, with a cumulative goal of getting active for 2,020 hours and raising $60,000 to support the lake environment and enhance the lake experience for all. There will be fun contests, great prizes, online fitness classes, and more. To find out more or register visit lakeloop.org.


 

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