9 Days in the Pacific Northwest.
Friday, July 03, 2015      1 comments

We did 7 Volksmaches with the bi-annual AVA Walking Convention. We also did tourist stuff like visiting the space needle/chihuly garden of glass; driving HWY 101, and visiting a town with wood carvings on nearly every street corner. We had gre... Read more
Trinity Forest in Dallas yesterday.
Sunday, March 22, 2015      3 comments

Went up to walk with the Dallas Trekkers. Here is the link if you'd like to see the pictures. volksmarcher.wordpress.c
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Cleburne 11K
Saturday, November 15, 2014      1 comments

We started walking at 8:30 and it was a chilly 39 degrees. The walk started at Hulen Park which is already decorated for Christmas. The walk was mostly in residentia... Read more
Waring - 20Ks
Sunday, October 26, 2014      0 comments

Did a 10K on Saturday at Camp Capers in Waring. Half of this walk was in an open field filled with these wildflowers. ... Read more
Turkey Canyon Trail
Tuesday, October 14, 2014      1 comments

Looks like an eagle's nest. This was a steeper trail than yesterday and it had stairs. ... Read more
Argentina Trail - Lincoln National Forest - 10k
Friday, October 10, 2014      1 comments

We hiked today out in the woods of New Mexico. Cold to start with and it was trying to rain on us as we finished up. ... Read more
Plains 10K
Thursday, October 09, 2014      1 comments

Plains is the county seat of Yokum county. We passed through there this morning and did a 10K. They have a nice park with a paved walking path. We went on out to th... Read more
Brownfield 10K
Wednesday, October 08, 2014      1 comments

We had great weather and enjoyed walking in this small west Texas town. The walk started at the Chamber of Commerce with this huge arrow. There is a quilt trail ar... Read more
Castroville 10K
Sunday, October 05, 2014      4 comments

Castroville is a historic little town with a rich cultural heritage nestled in the Medina River Valley just 15 miles west of San Antonio. It is known as “The Little Alsace of Texas” because of its origins. The town was founded in 1844 by Henri C... Read more
Emma Long Park - Austin, TX
Sunday, September 28, 2014      5 comments

We walked the Turkey Creek Trail which is a lollipop: an out and back trail with a loop at the end. It was misting rain when we first started so the trail was a little muddy. Here are some pictures from the 3 mile hike. ... Read more
Shoreaces 10K
Sunday, September 21, 2014      2 comments

Shoreacres is a small community south of LaPorte right on the Gulf of Mexico. It is home to the Houston Yacht Club which the walk included. We saw lots of sailboats... Read more
Waco - Baylor Stadium
Sunday, September 14, 2014      3 comments

We stayed home last weekend and walked in Waco. We were attempting to map out a new volksmarching route. We thought the riverwalk was open but it still had some construction barriers up at the I-35 underpass. But we made it to the stadium so ... Read more
Junction 10K
Thursday, September 11, 2014      0 comments

We started out early to beat the heat so we got to see the sun rise over the Llano river. The walk crossed the river on this bridge. ... Read more
South Llano State Park
Saturday, September 06, 2014      0 comments

This 11K volksmarch was made up of two loops. The first loop was on the Buck Lake trail. ... Read more
Caverns of Sonora
Thursday, September 04, 2014      0 comments

I've been back and forth thru this area and never stopped to give them a look until last Sunday. While waiting for our guided tour I checked out the peacocks roaming the area. ... Read more

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