Category Archives: family fun

Herman Park – Houston, TX – 12/07/2019

Walk Registration was at this pretty church. Beverly and Mike were working the start registration table. Sam Houston pointed us in the right direction. Pioneer Memorial Obelisk at the end of the reflecting pool. Miller Outdoor Theater. Oliver Twist statue … Continue reading

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Muenster, TX – 11/30/2019

Muenster is a small town 15 miles west of Gainesville and I-35.  They were holding an unsanctioned event to see if there was any interest in starting a club here. Cute photo cutout in front of the Antique Mall where … Continue reading

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How important is our Logo?

Club logo from 1976 – 2020 New logo going forward from 2020 I wasn’t allowed to vote on the logo in either case.  This is a national organization with member clubs… at one time we had at least one club … Continue reading

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Japanese Sunken Garden/Brackenridge Park – 11/23/2019

This garden was originally created around 1917 by Ray Lambert with the use of prison laborers.  It was completed in 1919 and Kimi Elizo Jingu was hired to oversee the gardens.  The city built them a stone house.  In 1926, … Continue reading

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Samuell Grand Park – Dallas – 11/16/2019

We joined the Dallas Trekkers for a park and residential walk.  It was cold at start but soon warmed up.   Entrance from Samuell Blvd. Picture of Dallas Trekkers Diane, Debra and David with the new Dallas Trekker sign. I … Continue reading

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Henderson Syrup Festival – 11/9/2019

Our walk on Saturday was in the East Texas town of Henderson. It was a town before Texas was a state. When Rusk county was created, Henderson became its county Seat. Our walk started in Yates Park. Bonnie was working … Continue reading

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Winedale Walking Tour

Winedale is classified as a “ghost town”.  It is about 4 miles north of Round Top.  The  Stagecoach Inn at Winedale was purchased by Miss Ima Hogg, daughter of former Governor Jim Hogg, and given to the University of Texas. Other … Continue reading

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