Walk started inside the Gruene Dance hall.
Volunteers selling start cards for $3.00 each.
Volunteer collecting the completed registration cards and giving directions for the event.
Second store built by Henry D. Gruene.
Henry D. Gruene’s home. Now a B&B.
Recent rains caused the earthworms to be out. They were very big.
Small creek running muddy from the recent rains.
Walk included a loop through some residential districts.
Historical marker on the bridge over the Guadalupe.
White water on the downstream side.
Walkers getting refreshments at the checkpoint.
Water over the road in one location.
Nice old station wagon.
Wildflowers were abundant here.
Our second checkpoint.
One of three deer we saw along the route.
Decorated gate entrance.
Crossing back over the Guadalupe, there is white water up river also.
Moss hanging in the trees.
Short climb from the river back to the historic district.
Joann stamping the books at the finish table.
Stage inside the Gruene Dance Hall.