Tag Archives: day trip

Fort Worth Downtown 8/10/2019

This walk is sponsored by the Tarrant County Walkers. They are alway interested in attracting new club members.  Check out their flyer by clicking here. We thank Fort Worth for letting us park on the street on the weekends for … Continue reading

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Abilene Walk – 08/03/2019

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

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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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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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Mineral Wells 04/27/2019

The city was named for mineral springs in the area, which were highly popular in the early 1900s. It is west of Fort Worth on US-180. Walk started at the Lake Mineral Wells State Trailway trailhead. They told us we’d … Continue reading

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