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 Waring Volunteer Fire Department and we walked out the highway to camp.
Volunteer Fire Department
Registering to walk
Dogs are allowed
Waring General Store
View of the highway
Highway covered in volksmarchers.
Kerrville Trailblazers club members.
More Kerrville Trailblazers club members.
We walked onto the campground and past the buildings before reaching the checkpoint.
Rock entrance under construction.
Better picture of checkpoint.
Another camp sign.
Once past the checkpoint we headed though and open field toward the Gualadlupe River. We strolled along the river for awhile before heading back through some woods to the checkpoint.
Wildflowers in the field we walked through.
Cypress trees lined the river.
Yellow blaze on both sides of the river.
Cliff with springs and ferns.
View of the trail
Checkpoint has new workers.
Leaving the checkpoint we headed though the woods and eventually went back out the entrance and walked on the highway back to the start/finish.
Fun swinging bridge.
View of river at bottom of Amphitheater steps.
Tree full of moss.
Cypress tree roots.
View of the woods.
Short section of trail.
Finish table was manned by the Southwest Regional Director of the American Volkssmarch Association.