Hermann Park Volksmarch (Sorta) – 05/14/2016

Another work of artist David Adickes

Another work of artist David Adickes

This art is not in Hermann Park. It is along I-10 on the way into downtown, but I thought it was a nice start to a blog about Houston.

After visiting this Hollywood style sign, we continued on to the walk start at the Wyndham on Main. Once registered we headed out  down Holcomb were we found a couple of fountains and some art.




The turns on Cambridge and continues to Hermann Park.  We passed Maj. Dowling’s statue.


He was in command of Fort Griffin during the civil war. He was the hero of the Battle of Sabine Pass, the only Civil War conflict in Texas.

The walk continued along the golf course. One section of the path is protected by fencing.


We went adventuring at this point and headed over to visit the tiny train.


From there we headed over to the Miller Outdoor Theater.

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From there we continued on over to the McGovern Centennial Garden.

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We went out the back entrance and continued toward St. Paul’s Methodist Church passing these interesting things along the way.

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We then headed back toward the finish passing lots more interesting places.

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We had a great walk.



About walktx

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