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  • Wendy Bumgardner
    ====== Once-A-Year Walkers Survival Kit For those family and friends who you are going to take along on their one volkssport (or charity) walk of the year -
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      Once-A-Year Walkers' Survival Kit
      For those family and friends who you are going to take along on their
      one volkssport (or charity) walk of the year - how they can get through
      it in comfort.
      http://walking.about.com/library/weekly/aa040201a.htm

      Volks-Ware: Clothing and Gear for the Walker and Hiker
      http://volks-ware.com
      New Product! Crisp, cool Walk USA 2001 T-shirts for travel, gifts for
      friends from abroad or patriotic walking.
      http://pages.prodigy.net/lizmitchell/volksware/walkusa.htm

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      APRIL 7 (SATURDAY) LYONS FERRY WALK FRANKLIN COUNTY, WA
      SANCTION NO: NW01/038
      SPONSORS: Spokane Valley of the Sun Volkssport Club
      LOCATION: Lyons Ferry State Park, Starbuck WA
      START TIME: 8:00 am – 11:30 am
      FINISH TIME: 3:00 pm
      DISTANCE: 10 km (6.2 miles) 5 km (3.1 miles)
      TRAIL: (3) Walk on trails and roads in the park. Some trails are
      inclines to higher trails with views of the confluence of the
      Snake and Palouse Rivers, and the caves and rock formations formed by
      the Ice Ages.
      5 km (1+) Not suitable for strollers or wheelchairs.
      AWARD: "B" awards available. Credit only is $2.00. Free walkers are
      welcome but must register, carry, and return a start card.
      HATPIN: "B" hatpin available.
      PRE-REGISTRATION: None.
      MISCELLANEOUS: Water and restrooms at start/finish. Food for sale at
      start/finish. CARRY WATER. Bring camera for photographic scenes. Pets
      are permitted. Owners are responsible for leash and clean up laws.
      MORE INFO: Judy Orvis (509) 926-1295 or Mel Hayward (253) 848-5360
      DIRECTIONS: I-90 Westbound: Exit #221 (Ritzville). South on SR261 27
      miles to Washtucna. Continue on SR261 to Lyons Ferry State Park on left
      past railroad bridge. I-90 Eastbound: Exit #137 (SR26). East to
      Washtucna. Right on SR261. Continue as above. US395: From Tri-Cities
      north on US395 to SR26. Right to Washtucna. Continue as above.

      APRIL 7 (SATURDAY) BREWERY COUNTRY WALK WOODINVILLE, WA
      SANCTION NO: NW01/053
      SPONSORS: Interlaken Trailblazers Volkssport Club
      LOCATION: Red Hook Brewery 14300 NE 145th Woodinville, WA
      START TIME: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
      FINISH TIME: 4:00 pm
      DISTANCE: 10 km (6.2 miles)
      TRAIL: (1) Walk on flat paved paths and sidewalks from the Red Hook
      Brewery through the country
      on the Sammamish River Trail, around downtown Woodinville, past a local
      nursery, and two parks.
      Suitable for strollers and wheelchairs.
      AWARD: Credit only is $2.00. Free walkers are welcome but must register,
      carry, and return a start card.
      HATPIN: None.
      PRE-REGISTRATION: None.
      MISCELLANEOUS: Water and restrooms at start/finish, along the route, and
      checkpoint. Pets are
      NOT permitted.
      Red Hook Restaurant and Bar will be open at 11:00 am for food and
      beverages.
      MORE INFO: Bob/Betty Kunzmann (425) 788-2182 e-mail:
      bobkunzmann@...
      DIRECTIONS: I-405 Northbound: Exit #23 (Woodinville/Monroe/SR522). Exit
      SR522 at first
      Woodinville exit (SR202) and turn right. Continue to second stoplight.
      Right on NE 175th St. Left at 4-way stop. Stay on SR202 (Woodinville
      Redmond Rd) going left past the Columbia Winery. Left into Red Hook
      Brewery entrance. I-405 Southbound: Exit #23A. ontinue as above.

      APRIL 14 (SATURDAY) ANNUAL EASTER WALK IN THE PARK SEATTLE, WA
      SANCTION NO: NW01/020
      SPONSORS: Emerald City Wanderers Volkssport Club University of
      Washington Seattle Parks Department New Balance Shoes
      LOCATION: University of Washington E-5 Parking Lot Seattle WA
      START TIME: 8:00 am – 12:00 noon
      FINISH TIME: 3:00 pm
      DISTANCE: 10 km (6.2 miles) 5 km (3.1 miles)
      TRAIL: (2) Walk on sidewalks and gravel trails through the University of
      Washington Arboretum and adjacent wetlands area. The 5 km route includes
      part of the wetlands area. Alternate route for strollers and pets. Not
      suitable for strollers.
      AWARD: "B" awards available. Credit only is $2.00. Free walkers are
      welcome but must register, carry, and return a start card.
      HATPIN: A cloisonné rabbit is $3.00. NO REORDERS.
      PRE-REGISTRATION: None.
      MISCELLANEOUS: Water ONLY at start/finish. Water and restrooms along the
      route and Visitors Center in Arboretum. Pets are permitted but NOT in
      building(s) or wetlands. Owners are responsible for leash and clean up
      laws. There will be a drawing for two pairs of New Balance shoes.
      MORE INFO: Myrna Roberts (206) 525-7670 e-mail: nwhikers@...
      DIRECTIONS: I-5: Exit #169 (45th NE). Follow 45th NE to major 5-way
      light and turn right to Mary Gates Memorial Dr. Right on Clark Rd and
      follow parking signs. I-405: Exit #14 (SR520W/Seattle). Stay in right
      lane. Take Montlake Blvd/UofW exit. Left at traffic light and proceed
      north on Montlake Blvd past stadium and E-1 parking lot. Continue to 3rd
      stoplight. Right on Mary Gates Memorial Dr. Right on Clark Rd and follow
      parking signs.
      PARKING IN E-5 LOT IS $1.50 (QUARTERS ONLY) UPON ENTERING.

      APRIL 14 (SATURDAY) ORTING RIVERWALK ORTING, WA
      SANCTION NO: NW01/041
      SPONSORS: Auburn Trampers Volkssport Club New Balance Shoes
      LOCATION: Orting City Park Railroad & Calistoga Sts Orting WA
      START TIME: 8:00 am – 1:00 pm
      FINISH TIME: 4:00 pm
      DISTANCE: 10 km (6.2 miles) 5 km (3.1 miles)
      TRAIL: (1) Walk on gravel roads through a residential neighborhood,
      along the river levee path
      viewing the Carbon River and Mt Rainier. The majority of the trail was
      once the old 1887 Northern
      Pacific Railroad. Suitable for strollers and wheelchairs.
      AWARD: Credit only is $2.00. Free walkers are welcome but must register,
      carry, and return a start card.
      HATPIN: A Bald Eagle is $2.50.
      PRE-REGISTRATION: None.
      MISCELLANEOUS: Water and restrooms at start/finish and checkpoint. Pets
      are permitted but NOT in
      building(s). Owners are responsible for leash and clean up laws.
      Food and beverages for sale by the South King County chapter of
      Self-Help for the Hard of Hearing.
      MORE INFO: Dorothy Giriat (253) 854-9396
      DIRECTIONS: SR167 to SR410 to SR162 exit (Sumner/Orting) on Pioneer Way
      which becomes
      Washington Avenue in Orting. Right on Calistoga. Left into the park.
      SPEED LIMIT IS STRICTLY ENFORCED.

      APRIL 21 (SATURDAY) STATELINE CENTENNIAL TRAIL WALK LIBERTY LAKE, WA
      SANCTION NO: NW01/030
      SPONSORS: Lilac City Volkssport Association New Balance Shoes
      LOCATION: I-90 Exit #299 (Stateline) Rest Area Liberty Lake WA
      START TIME: 9:00 am – 12:00 noon
      FINISH TIME: 3:00 pm
      DISTANCE: 11 km (6.8 miles) 5 km (3.1 miles)
      TRAIL: (1) Walk on the flat, paved Centennial Trail from Stateline to
      Harvard Rd with views of the Spokane River, Otis Orchards, and Liberty
      Lake areas. Suitable for strollers and wheelchairs.
      AWARD: The second in a series of 8 awards with a Volkssporting into the
      Future theme for 2001 is a pie wedge picture on its own and forms a
      total picture with all 8 awards is $5.00. NO REORDERS.
      Credit only is $2.00. Free walkers are welcome but must register, carry,
      and return a start card.
      HATPIN: "B" hatpins available.
      PRE-REGISTRATION: Must be postmarked by April 15th. Make check payable
      and mail to: Lilac City
      Volkssport Assn, c/o Claudia Miner, 6203 N Belt, Spokane WA 99205-6914
      MISCELLANEOUS: Water and restrooms at start/finish and along the 11 km
      route. Pets are permitted
      but NOT in building(s). Owners are responsible for leash and clean up
      laws.
      MORE INFO: Claudia Miner (509) 327-7662
      DIRECTIONS: I-90: Exit #299 (Stateline). Eastbound left/westbound right
      to the rest area. Watch for volkssport signs.

      5th Annual Vancouver Discovery Walk Festival April 20-22, 2001,
      Vancouver, WA, USA
      Full info at the web site:
      http://www.discoverywalk.org
      5K - 10K - 20K - 32K - Marathon Walks, 25K/50K Bike, two 300-meter swims
      Entry per person for 3 days walks $20 after March 1 and at event
      Family entry for 3 days walks (2 adults and 2 children) $50 after March
      1 and at event
      One walk entry per person $8 after March 1 and at event
      One bike entry per person $8 after March 1 and at event
      Swim credit $2 per swim.
      Children under 12 free if they do not wish an award or credit.
      Get the registration form or register online with secure transaction:
      http://www.discoverywalk.org
      With your registration you get free entry into the festival including
      Friday evening, 7 pm: Johnny Limbo and the Lugnuts!
      Saturday, 7 pm: The Moes - another great show band with music of the
      60's and 70's
      Come meet walkers from around the world - we have a big group coming
      from Norway, plus the bobbies from England, a Japanese group and many
      more.
      All walkers and bikers recieve the event awards, plus IVV and IML credit
      for those in those programs.
      Registration and pre-registered packet pick-up: Red Lion Hotel at the
      Quay, 100 Columbia Street, Vancouver, WA. Friday 12 pm - 6 pm, Saturday
      and Sunday 7 am - 10 am walks, Bikes Saturday 10 am - noon, Swims
      Saturday 1:30p - 4 pm.
      Start/Finish: Festival Center tent at 6th St. and Esther Short Park, 3
      blocks north of the Red Lion. Friday 5K/10K Walk start 4 pm - 6 pm.
      Saturday and Sunday 42K start 7a-7:30a, 32K (Sat. only) start 7:30a -
      8a, 5K/10K/20K start 8a-10a. Bike start Saturday 10a-12p, Swims at
      Hough Pool (shuttle provided) 1:30p-4p
      The Friday walk is rated 1+ and goes along the Columbia River and
      through Fort Vancouver National Historic Site. Opening ceremonies at 6
      pm followed by Johnny Limbo and the Lugnuts, with international food and
      beer garden in the festival center tent.
      Saturday routes explore the trails and neighborhoods of Vancouver, rated
      moderate 2. Music throughout the day and children's exotic petting zoo
      at the festival center, international food and beer garden. The pasta
      dinner has been replaced with the food court, those who pre-registered
      for the pasta will have their money refunded at registration - pasta is
      one of the international choices available.
      The Sunday walks are brand new routes in neighorhoods and trails. Only
      the 42K marathon route is similar to last year and the marathoners will
      be bused to their start point at no charge - dogs must be muzzled to
      ride the bus. Closing ceremonies 4 pm.
      Bill Byrd: 360-892-6758
      info@...

      Wednesday Weekly Walking
      Join members of Vancouver USA Volkssporters to enjoy a year-round walk
      together and lunch or dinner (optional). Info: romapaynter@...
      25-Apr-01 3:00pm Season, Coffe Shop, 113 N Main,Ridgefield, WA
      Dinner: 5:30 Entertainment Book Page A-21 Edelweiss German
      Restaurant, 8800 N. E. Hwy 99, Vancouver, WA

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      Wendy Bumgardner
      walking.guide@...
      http://walking.about.com
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