Houston, TX 2/16/2019

Walk started at Leonel J. Castillo Community Center.  It is next to Hogg Park and the walk was mostly along White Oak Bayou.

Walk registration was here.

Trail Map

View of Hogg Park.

Walking under the highway bridges.

The highway culvert.

We had a chance to pet this beautiful boy.

We took the low trail.

Carol and Ed on the pedestrian bridge.


Huge steel abstract sculpture along the hike/bike trail.

Our checkpoint volunteers, who provided the walkers with wonderful Banana Nut Bread.

Neon restaurant sign.

Flying pig advertises for a restaurant.

Nice row homes.

Natural totem poles (dead palm trees?)

View of the White Oak Bayou trailway.

Chimney Swift bird house.

Interesting building.

Vintage gas station being remodeled.

Steps leading up out of the Bayou to an empty bank.

Stopped to visit with Andy.

Carol’s picture of Andy, Ed and I on the trail.

Low clouds block the view of downtown.

Houston Happy Hikers on the trail.

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