Monthly Archives: October 2014

Waring River Trail Volksmarch – 10/26/2014

This walk started at the same place as yesterday – the VFD.  We did a couple streets in town before heading out along the Guadalupe River to our first checkpoint. We continued on the road out to the cemetery. We … Continue reading

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Camp Capers Caper Volksmarch – 10/25/2014

Saturday we went down to the small town of Waring in the Texas Hill Country to do a 10K at Camp Capers which is an Episcopal Church Camp.  We’ve never had an event here before.  The walk started at the … Continue reading

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Grindstone Lake Trail, Ruidoso, NM 10/12

We hiked this trail with the West Texas Trailwalkers. We did the 6k option which was an out and back to the dam. The walk stayed fairly close to the lake and we enjoyed the views.

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Turkey Canyon Trail in the Lincoln National Forest 10/11

We hiked this trail with the West Texas Trailwalkers.   We did the 10k option a climb of 1,190 feet. This is an out and back hike in the upper Bonito Creek drainage that had multiple creek crossings and beautiful forest … Continue reading

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Argentina Canyon Trail in the Lincoln National Forest 10/10

We hiked this trail with the West Texas Trailwalkers.

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Castroville: The Little Alsace of Texas 10K Volksmarch

Castroville is home to one of the oldest structures in Texas, the Steinbach House. This house, originally built in the 1600s in Wahlbach, France, was relocated and restored in Castroville as a gift to the city from the people of … Continue reading

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