South Austin Volcanoes 10K – March 28, 2015


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Walk Registration at El Gallo Mexican Restaurant.


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Walk Start Volunteers.

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Someone is watching us.

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Black Crow on the Crow Bar.

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St. Edwards Pond – joint project between City of Austin and St. Edwards for flood control.

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Pregnant Tree.

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Patiently waiting for the light to change.

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Landscaping at entrance to Penn Field.

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Wisteria

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Tower of St. Edward’s Main Building.

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Cityscape viewed from St. Edwards

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Sorin Oak Tree named for the founder of St. Edwards.

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Side trip to check out the Grotto.

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Replica of the Statue of Our Lady of Lourdes.

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Mary Moody Northern Theatre.

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Ed in the Bluebonnets.

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Eveline and Brandy in the Bluebonnets.

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Gerald and Linda posed in the Bluebonnets.

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Checkpoint Volunteers.

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Waterfall on Blunn Creek.

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Sheri and Siba on the way back, we are headed into the preserve.

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St. Edwards University Main Building from the overlook in Blunn Creek Preserve.

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Shirley and another volksmarcher posed for me.

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Aggie Bluebonnets.

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Landscaping done in native plants.

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Iris

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Roses

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Wistera again.

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Looked like an apartment complex.

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Lantana

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Store on South Congress.

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Cowboy riding a Jackrabbit.

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Lucy the Zebra

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Landscaping in front of an apartment building.

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Nice old Ford.

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We detoured into one of the stores to look around.

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Spider on it’s web?

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Cinema West circa 1939, renovated in 2000.

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Elephant in the Garden Center.

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About walktx

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