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Mrs. Lee’s Garden – 02/29/2020

Mrs. Lee’s Garden is a 816-acre tract of land that is drastically transformed every February and March. Each spring the acreage becomes a golden haven of beauty. Millions of golden daffodils, scattered over approximately 28 acres, begin to bloom. Visitors … Continue reading

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Waco, TX Historic Downtown Volksmarch

We walked this volksmarch a couple weeks ago so we walked it backwards this time for a different perspective. These are some more sites you can see in Waco.

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Waco, TX Historic Downtown Volksmarch

The walk starts at the Hilton Inn. There is a bronze cattle drive directly in front of the Hilton in Indian Springs Park. We took a picture before going in to register. The walk route head out the back door … Continue reading

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Navasota, TX Volksmarch (10K walk)

We went to Navasota today to walk the Year Round Event which starts at The Filling Station Diner and Cafe on Washington Street.  This walk is sponsored by the Brazos Valley Trailblazers Club in College Station.  We walked this event the last … Continue reading

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Huntsville, TX Volksmarch (10K)

We did the Year Round Event today around the city of Huntsville. It was 78 degrees when we started walking at 9:15 a.m.  The walk starts a a museum that doesn’t open until 9 so we had not real choice … Continue reading

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Lyndn B. Johnson State Park Volksmarch (10K)

We did the Year Round Event today that explores the LBJ State Park near Stonewall, TX.  The walk starts at the visitor’s center and goes to the exhibit building with information on LBJ.  It continues along a nature trail to … Continue reading

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Austin – Lady Bird Lake Volksmarch (10K)

We did the Year Round Event today that circles Lady Bird Lake (used to be called Town Lake) made by damming up the Colorado River.  This is an easy walk unless you count the danger of being run down by … Continue reading

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Waxahachie Volksmarch (10K)

We turned off Main and wandered our way over to Southwestern University Campus. Leaving the campus we made our way back to Main Street and walked to Getzendaner Park. Just past the Chautauqua we picked up the hike and bike … Continue reading

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Fort Vancouver 10K

Leaving the YRE start at the Red Lion Hotel we turned on 4th along Military Memory Lane where I got my Mural Credit for the walk. We continued on to Esther Short Park were we passed this statue. We passed … Continue reading

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PRINCESS ILCHEE 10K – Vancouver, WA

We did the Princess Ilchee Volksmarching YRE in Vancouver that starts at the Red Lion Hotel on the quay and goes along the Columbia River to the Water Resourse Center.  

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