Waxahachie Volksmarch (10K)

Ellis County Courthouse

Motorcycle Shop on Main Street

Motorcycle Shop on Main Street

Passing the Firehouse

Passing the Firehouse

Former Presbyterian Church is now an Art Museum

Former Presbyterian Church is now an Art Museum

Historic Home

Historic Home

We turned off Main and wandered our way over to Southwestern University Campus.

Waxahachie ISD Administration Bldg

Waxahachie ISD Administration Bldg

Waxahachie High School

Waxahachie High School

Southwestern University

Southwestern University

Leaving the campus we made our way back to Main Street and walked to Getzendaner Park.

Flags line Main Street for the 4th of July

Flags line Main Street for the 4th of July

Historic Home

Historic Home

Fountain in the middle of Main Street

Fountain in the middle of Main Street

Historic Home

Historic Home

Plaque at entrance to Getzendaner park

Plaque at entrance to Getzendaner park

Chautauqua

Chautauqua

Just past the Chautauqua we picked up the hike and bike trail.  There is a nature trail bordering the cement trail and we walked it for awhile for more shade.

Nature Trail

Nature Trail

hike/bike trail

hike/bike trail

Log Cabin just off the hike/bike trail

Log Cabin just off the hike/bike trail

Cemetery

Cemetery

When the trail crosses Rogers Street we turn and head back toward the Police Station and our car.  We cross the RR tracks and pass the RR depot.

RR Depot

RR Depot

 

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About walktx

I am an avid Volksmarcher. I belong to Texas County Walkers in Mesquite.
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