Monthly Archives: November 2012

Galveston Wood Carving Walk (10K)

On Sep 13, 2008, Hurricane Ike covered most of Galveston Island in a tidal surge. The combination of powerful wind and waves uprooted many trees, but ultimately the salty water led to the demise of thousands of others.  Ike destroyed … Continue reading

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Austin – Slaughter Creek Volksmarch (10K)

We went down to walk along Slaughter Creek in Austin today.  The trail was a mixture of paved trails and dirt paths with rocks and tree roots.  It was 46 degrees when we started at 8:45 and it was 64 … Continue reading

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Dallas, TX Volksmarch (11K)

The walk started at Walnut Hill Recreation Center.  The walk was mainly on city streets.  The walk went through residential areas that were build in/around 1955.  Streets in this area were named from Disney movies.  Even though it is early … Continue reading

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New Braunfels, Tx Volksmarch (10K)

We volksmarched an event in connection with the Wurstfest. This was on city streets, hiking trail in Panther Canyon, and park sidewalks.  We saw deer on five separate occasions.

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