Waring River Trail Volksmarch – 10/26/2014

DSCF0196This 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.

Nice lamp post.

Nice lamp post.

Waring school - closed since 1952.

Waring school – closed since 1952.

Sunlight turned the tops of the Cypress trees golden.

Sunlight turned the tops of the Cypress trees golden.

Friendly horse.

Friendly horse.

Volksmarcher headed back in.

Volksmarcher headed back in.

Checkpoint #1.

Checkpoint #1.

We continued on the road out to the cemetery.

Country road.

Country road.

Ghost tree.

Ghost tree.

Mystery (to me) plant.

Mystery (to me) plant.

Dismantled Navy fighter plane.

Dismantled Navy fighter plane.

Sheep in the pasture.

Sheep in the pasture.

Guadalupe upstream from bridge crossing.

Guadalupe upstream from bridge crossing.

Reflections looking downstream.

Reflections looking downstream.

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Cemetery entrance.

Cemetery entrance.

Checkpoint #2.

Checkpoint #2.

We went past the checkpoint to actually visit the cemetery before turning around and heading back to the finish.

One corner of the graveyard.

One corner of the graveyard.

Back by the checkpoint.

Back by the checkpoint.

Barn cat keeping an eye on us.

Barn cat keeping an eye on us.

Volksmarchers headed out.

Volksmarchers headed out.

Another group.

Another group.

Wash out area along the road.

Wash out area along the road.

Finish table was manned by Texas Volkssport Assn. president and his wife.

Finish table was manned by Texas Volkssport Assn. president and his wife.

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