Category Archives: volksmarching

Abilene Walk – 08/03/2019

This walk was in conjunction with the Texas Volkssport Association General Assembly Meeting. We started at a Dollar Store.   Advertisements

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Improvise, Adapt and Overcome! 7/27/2019

This is the unofficial motto of the Marine Corp (Clint Eastwood says it in “Heartbreak Ridge”). But I think it applies to those of us who participate in Volksmarching, so I am borrowing it. We showed up to register for … Continue reading

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Tyler Downtown Walk – 07/20/2019

It has been 3 years since we did this Year Round Event in Tyler. Last time I did a 10K, this year I’m down to a 5K. Since we’ve done it before, I entertained myself by posing my husband with … Continue reading

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Midlothian 4th of July

Midlothian is located in the “Y” between I-35 West and I-35 East, about 30 miles north of the “Y” at Hillsboro. The name Midlothian picked for the town in 1882 or 1883 when the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway … Continue reading

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Walk Waco 6/29/2019

This walk can be done any day of the week… dawn to dusk.  Registration is at the Hilton.  It only costs $3.00 to participate.  To find out more about Volksmarching go to AVA.org.

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Enchanted Rock State Park 6/8/2019

We did a 5K around the south side of Enchanted Rock.  We walked out to Moss Lake and back. We did not climb to the summit. There is a $7.00 entry (if you don’t have a pass). To make sure … Continue reading

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Fort Worth Botanic Garden 06/01/2019

Living New Deal Website “The Fort Worth Botanic Garden had its origins in 1912 when the park board purchased a tract of land southwest of Trinity Park and named it Rock Springs Park. In his 1909 park master plan for … Continue reading

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