Category Archives: family fun

Mineola, TX Walking Tour 11/17/2018

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Flag Pole Hill Park (Dallas) – 11/10/2018

The walk started at Flag Pole Hill and went downhill, which means of course at the end of this walk we have to walk back up the hill!

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Kings Highway (Dallas) – 10/27/2018

The walk started at Kidd Springs Park passed through residential streets to 12 Hills Nature Center. We returned through a commercial area to our start.

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Fort Davis National Historic Site – Fort Davis, TX – 10/6/2018

We walked this event hosted by the West Texas Trail Walkers.  We did the 5K which was mostly on level ground around the fort grounds.

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Chihuahuan Desert Nature Center – Fort Davis, TX – 10/5/2018

We hiked this trail hosted by the Midland Walkabout Club. Open year-round, the Nature Center offers over five miles of hiking trails, in addition to the Desert Botanical Garden, the Cactus & Succulent Greenhouse, the Heritage Mining Exhibit, the Geologic … Continue reading

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Eden – 04/14/2018

Eden is 21 miles SE of Paint Rock (the county seat for Concho County).  Our walk started at a small park.

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Deep Ellum (Dallas) – 03/17/2018

Texas State Historical Assoc. Text The area was settled as a “freedmen’s town” by former slaves after the Civil War; its location on Elm Street, just east of the Houston and Texas Central tracks near the depot, was too far … Continue reading

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