Nacogdoches 10K Year Round

We headed out to East Texas on Saturday morning.  We started walking at 9:30 am and had a great walk.  Most of the Volksmarch walk route is along the Nana Bayou.  Great Trail.

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Store planter near walk start.

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Park Sign.

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First of several small bridges.

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Great Trail along the Bayou.

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Further along on the trail where it levels out.

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Vehicle bridge next to the trail.

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Bridge to the Mize Garden.

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Weeping Cyprus Arbor was so nice and cool under there.

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Huge Loblolly Pines probably over a 100 foot tall.

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What the plants would look like if they were blooming.

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Blooming season is March-April

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Gate to another garden.

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Plants growing in car tire planters.

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The walk after the hike/bike trail and gardens wanders back through the Stephen F. Austin State College campus.  This is a nice statue of Austin.

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About walktx

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