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  • Wendy Bumgardner
    =============== Are 15 Minute Walks Any Good? http://walking.about.com/od/beginners/f/15minutewalks.htm Walking Adventures International: Historic Route 66
    Message 1 of 75 , Aug 4, 2005
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      Are 15 Minute Walks Any Good?
      http://walking.about.com/od/beginners/f/15minutewalks.htm

      Walking Adventures International: Historic Route 66 Walk the Mother Road
      beginning in Chicago and ending in Santa Monica, California with Walking
      Adventures! This tour can also be enjoyed in two shorter parts: Mother
      Road in the Heartland: Chicago-Amarillo (September 27 - October 5) OR
      Mother Road Out West: Amarillo-Santa Monica (October 4 - 13). 12
      AVA-sanctioned walks included along with numerous nostaglic Americana
      excursions. Don't miss out - this may be the last time this tour is
      offered! History, Culture, Scenery, and Walking...more than just a
      walking tour!
      Details available on our website at:
      http://www.walkingadventures.com/ourtours/Route_66.pdf. Call
      1.800.779.0353 or email fun@... today to reserve your
      spot!

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      Saturday August 13 Issaquah Walk
      Credit Only Event
      Location: Issaquah Public Market at Pickering Farm, 1730 10th Av. NW,
      Issaquah, WA
      Walk Start time: 9:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m.
      Finish time: 3:00 p.m.
      Trail: 10 km Rating: easy 1, on paved pathways through Issaquah's Public
      Market at Pickering Barn and Lake Sammamish State Park
      Host Club : Northwest Striders Volkssport Club
      Event Website: gowalkingwithnws.org
      More Details: Click here for directions, ratings, etc.
      Write for more information to:
      1837 138th Pl SE
      Bellevue, WA 98005
      Contact : Dick O'Connor, (425) 746 - 9641

      Aug. 21, 2005 Sunday: Jubilee Music Fest Walks and Bike
      Olympia's Capitol Volkssport Club is serving up two walks and a bike at
      Jubilee at Hawks Prairie on Sunday, Aug. 21. Jubilee, a planned
      community in the building stage, is for "Active Adults 55 or Better." I
      challenge you to show them what "active" is all about! Both walks have 5
      K and 10 K options, and the bike goes for 25 K.
      Aug 21st is the final Sunday in the Jubilee Music Fest series, so it
      will be possible to accumulate 3 festival credits toward your Washington
      State Challenge patch. Country Western favorite Mended Heart will
      perform country gospel, classic cowboy music, and western swing on the
      patio behind the Jubilee Lodge from 1:00-3:00. All volkssporters are
      invited to this free event.
      Location: Jubilee Lodge, 4232 Bainbridge Court NE, Lacey, WA 98516
      Times: Start 8:00-1:00; Finish by 4:00
      Distance: Walk 1--10 K or 5 K
      Walk 2--10 K or 5 K
      Bike 25 K
      Walk 1, Jubilee Golf Course Walk: The 10 K and 5 K routes are rated 1.
      Both are suitable for wheelchairs and strollers. They follow sidewalks
      through Jubilee and other housing developments and along the edge of a
      golf course.
      Walk 2, Neighborhoods and Trails: The 10 K and 5 K routes are rated
      1+.. Both are suitable for big-wheeled strollers. Walk on bark and
      gravel trails and on paved sidewalks through residential developments.
      Bike: The 25 K bike (rated 1+) goes on paved roads through Jubilee,
      Meridian Campus, and along paved country roads.
      WA Challenge: Thurston County and Festival for all; Walk 2 qualifies as
      Trail
      Driving Directions: I-5 to Exit 111. Northbound, take left on Marvin
      Rd. over freeway. Southbound, go right on Marvin Rd. Everyone should
      continue on Marvin Rd. for two miles, through three round-abouts. Turn
      right on Willamette Dr, the first road after the third round-about.
      Turn left on Jubilee. The Lodge is straight ahead.
      Questions? Contact me at letsbook4fun@... or (360) 491-4767 or
      Vikki Nelson at petevikkihome@... or (253) 912-4348
      http://www.geocities.com/buddbayy/julynewsletter1.html

      8/27/2005 - High Bridge Park Walk, Spokane, WA
      Event Number : 71245
      10km, 5km rated moderately difficult 3+. Beside Latah Creek, Spokane
      River, and through Summit and Lathah Creek neighborhoods.
      Start : High Bridge Park, picnic shelter
      Start 8 am -noon.
      Event City: Spokane
      Host Club : Lilac City Volkssport Assn.
      Event Website:
      More Details: Click here for directions, ratings, etc.
      Write for more information to:
      P.O. Box 4152
      Spokane, WA 99220-0152
      Contact : Tracy Lockhart, (509) 534 - 2182
      E-Mail: tracy_squared@...

      JACKIE MEYERS MEMORIAL WALK
      August 27, 2005 (SATURDAY)
      NW 05/ 054
      SANCTION NO: 67809
      SPONSOR: The Over The Hill Gang Volksssport Club
      New Balance Shoe Company
      LOCATION: Roegner Park, 601 Oravetz Rd, Auburn, WA
      START TIME: 8:00am – 1:00pm
      FINISH TIME: 4:00pm
      DISTANCE: 10 km (6.2 miles) 5 km (3.1miles)
      TRAIL: (1) Walk on gravel and paved trails through Roegner , Mill Pond,
      Game Farm and Wilderness Parks and along the White River. Suitable for
      strollers.
      AWARD: Credit Only.
      HATPIN: “ B” Hatpin's will be available at a cost of $1.00
      PRE-REGISTRATION: None.
      MISCELLLANEOUS: Water and restrooms at start/finish and checkpoint. Pets
      are permitted but must be on leash. Owners are responsible for clean up
      laws.
      Come join us is honoring the memory of Jackie Myers who was a avid
      volkswalker and member of our club and the Auburn Trampers. A bench has
      placed along the trail overlooking the White River in her memory.
      MORE INFO: Contact Bob/Betty Hellers at 253-939-4798 or Jack Maxcy
      253-927-4580
      DIRECTIONS: I-5: Exit #142A (SR18 East (Auburn) Go to SW Exit. Right on
      C St SW to Ellingson Road. Turn left to “A” St. Turn right on “A” St to
      Lakeland Hills Way and then Turn Left to Oravets Rd. Go to Auburn
      Riverside High School parking lot. Follow signs to start.
      From SR 167 North or South Take Pacific/Algona Exit To Ellingson St .
      Follow Ellingson East to “A”St and then continue as above.

      September 3 - 4 (Saturday and Sunday)
      Walk #1 is a 10 Km (6.2 miles) - 5 Km option (3.1 miles) Rating: 1+
      Walk #2 is a 10km (6.2 miles) Rating: 3
      Snoqualmie Ridge
      34935 SE Douglas Street, Snoqualmie, WA
      Sponsors
      Emerald City Wanderers Volkssport Club (AVA 318)
      New Balance Inception Group Real Estate, LLC Fuelbelt GNC
      Sanction Nos. NW05/70445 and NW05/70446
      Start/Finish Location Snoqualmie Ridge (Directions below)
      Hours 9:00am to 1:00pm. Finish Table will be open no later than 4:00pm.
      Routes Route #1: Rating: 1+ Walk on wooded trails and sidewalks
      through Snoqualmie Ridge, enjoying mountain views and a variety of
      neighborhoods and parks. Strollers and wheelchairs may find the bark
      trails challenging.
      Route #2: Rating 3 Walk primarily on wooded trails, enjoy panoramic
      views of the Cascades and Snoqualmie Valley. This walk will be difficult
      for strollers, and should not be attempted by wheelchair participants.
      Award "B" awards available.
      Credit only is $3.00. Free walkers are invited, but all walkers must
      register, carry and return a start card.
      Hatpin Hatpins from prior walks will be available.
      Pre-Registration N/A
      Miscellaneous Note that this event does not take place on Labor Day
      itself. Also note 9:00 start time. Water and restrooms at start/finish
      and on the trail. Pets permitted. Owners are responsible for leash and
      cleanup laws and rules.
      More Info Connie Line (206) 783-3758
      Weather We won't try predicting the weather for your walk. However, if
      you would like information on current conditions and a five-day
      forecast, visit The Weather Channel.
      New WalkerPackets Those new to volkssports should inquire about the
      AVA’s special awards program discount.
      Directions
      (From I-90) Take Exit #25 (SR18/Snoqualmie Parkway). Turn north on
      Parkway, and go 1.4 miles to intersection with Douglas Ave. Follow signs
      to start.
      (From Snoqualmie) Head toward Snoqualmie Falls, but turn left on
      Snoqualmie Parkway and head uphill to the intersection with Douglas Ave.
      http://walkingwithecw.org/labordaybrochure.html

      WASHINGTON GORGE WALKS SEPTEMBER 3-4-5, 2005
      All Weather Walkers and Vancouver USA Volkssporters welcome you to FOUR
      beautiful walks in the Columbia Gorge on Labor Day Weekend. Please plan
      to join us for a very special holiday in 2005! All walk routes have
      REMOTE starts. Register at beautiful Bonneville Hot Springs Resort and
      drive to various Start Points.
      CENTRAL REGISTRATION AREA
      Bonneville Hot Springs Resort, 1252 East Cascade Drive; North
      Bonneville, Washington.
      Directions: North Bonneville is on SR Highway 14, north of the
      Columbia River, between Mileposts 37 & 38. From Interstate 5 or
      Interstate 205, take SRk-14 east to North Bonneville.
      Just east of the main town entrance, turn left onto Hot Springs Way
      and go under the railroad tracks. Right at East Cascade Drive 1/2 mile
      to Bonneville Hot Springs Resort on the right. Volkssport signs will be
      posted.
      TIMES: Start any time between 8am - 1pm; Finish by 4pm. See some
      TRAIL PHOTOS here.
      TRAIL DESCRIPTIONS
      FALLS CREEK FALLS; 10km, Rated 4; 5km or 7km, Rated 3; NW05/71340
      This triple-tiered, 250-foot waterfall has been featured in several
      guidebooks and easily rivals the beauty of Oregon’s Multnomah Falls.
      The forest path leading to the falls crosses Falls Creek and is a
      genuine deep woods experience. The 5k and 7k are out-and-backs on the
      Lower Falls Creek Trail. The 10k route uses both the Upper and Lower
      Falls Creek Trails, which are joined by a steep, rugged connector trail.
      The 10k distance also includes the canyon rim above the falls, providing
      additional water views from above. All distance options closely follow a
      large part of Falls Creek, a clear, bubbling forest stream.
      The Falls Creek Falls trail is remote and has limited facilities.
      Restrooms and water are available only at trailhead. Carrying additional
      water is strongly advised.
      Not suitable for strollers or wheelchairs. Leashed pets OK with
      proper cleanup.
      Located north of Carson in the southern end of the Gifford Pinchot
      National Forest, Falls Creek Falls is about 25 driving miles from North
      Bonneville.
      Qualifies for Washington State Challenge (WSC): Skamania County and
      Nature: Parks, Mountains, Trails.
      STEVENSON; 10km, Rated 3; 5km, Rated 2; NW05/70341
      The city of Stevenson is 6 miles east of North Bonneville, in the
      heart of the Columbia River Gorge, and is also the Skamania County seat.
      Our route has two 5k loops and includes town hills, the Port’s
      Waterfront Interpretive Trail, sternwheeler “Columbia Gorge” dock, Bob’s
      Beach (windsurfers and sailboarders), Rock Creek Cove, past the Columbia
      Gorge Interpretive Center, and the Gorge Loop nature trail at Skamania
      Lodge. Mostly sidewalks, paved paths.
      Restrooms and water at Start Point and several places along the route.
      Strollers may have a rough go on a few brief stretches. Wheelchairs
      can do a shorter, modified route. Leashed pets OK with proper cleanup.
      Qualifies for Washington State Challenge (WSC): Skamania County;
      Nature: Parks, Mountains, Trails; and Town & Country: Downtowns, Fairs &
      Festivals.
      Lewis & Clark Trail Program
      On October 30-31, 1805, Lewis & Clark’s Corps of Discovery camped
      on a small island just at the head of the Cascade Rapids within 1½ miles
      of the present Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center.
      NORTH BONNEVILLE; 10km, Rated 2; 5km, Rated 1; NW05/70342
      This small, quiet town was relocated in the mid-70s when the second
      powerhouse of Bonneville Dam was built.
      Walk paved town paths; the wooded trails in Fort Cascades National
      Historic Site; along the Columbia River; the natural path circling
      Strawberry Island; a remote pond teeming with wildlife; and past a
      mountain man encampment, black power shoot, and trader booths.
      Route is quite level with short patches of uneven footing on gravel
      and grass.
      Restrooms and water at Start Point and at mid-route.
      Strollers OK; some rough gravel/grassy areas. Not suitable for
      wheelchairs. Leashed pets OK with proper cleanup.
      Qualifies for Washington State Challenge (WSC): Skamania County;
      Nature: Parks, Mountains, Trails; and Town & Country: Downtowns, Fairs &
      Festivals.
      Lewis & Clark Trail Program
      Lewis & Clark named this area “Strawberry Island” (formerly
      Hamilton Island, now renamed) for the wild and tasty fruit found here.
      They observed abundant wildlife and much Indian activity when first
      passing by in November 1805 and on their return east in April 1806.
      BEACON ROCK STATE PARK; 10km, Rated 4; 5km, Rated 4; NW05/70343
      Beacon Rock is an ancient volcanic plug and one of the most
      prominent landmarks in the Columbia River Gorge. Climb this 848-foot
      monolith next to Highway 14 and walk around Riddle (Ry-del) Lake, behind
      the rock on a secluded, fairly level nature path.
      Across the highway, the trail leading to beautiful Hardy Falls
      offers thick forest cover and is one of the most popular attractions in
      the Gorge.
      Beacon Rock is located 3 miles west of North Bonneville. Day use
      fees refundable on return of start card, courtesy of sponsors and park
      rangers.
      Restrooms and water available at Start Point and mid-route.
      Carrying additional water is strongly advised.
      Not suitable for strollers or wheelchairs. Leashed pets OK with
      proper cleanup.
      Qualifies for Washington State Challenge (WSC): Skamania County and
      Nature: Parks, Mountains, Trails.
      Lewis & Clark Trail Program
      The Corps of Discovery first detected tidal influences of the
      Pacific Ocean at this point. Captain Clark referred to Beacon Rock in
      his journal as “Beaten” rock.
      ADDITIONAL INFORMATION APPLYING TO ALL EVENTS...
      FEES: AVA Credit Only is $3. No refunds. Sponsors are non-profit
      organizations and donations to help support future events are
      appreciated. Non-credit walkers are welcome to participate at no charge.
      All must register, carry, and return a start card.
      COMFORT: Water and restrooms at registration and each Start Point.
      Carrying additional water is recommended. Pets are permitted except in
      buildings. Owners are responsible for leash and clean-up laws.
      CONTACT INFORMATION: Jan Breneman, 360/835-9686; or Dick Baker,
      360/944-8090.
      FREE SHOES! New Balance donates one free pair of shoes for each event.
      All walkers eligible for drawing.
      Volksware sales on Saturday only.
      BONNEVILLE HOT SPRINGS RESORT
      The resort, located in a beautiful gorge setting, offers lodging,
      dining, and full spa services. For room reservations, phone (866)
      459-1678. Please mention the volkssport walks to help gauge possible
      future consideration.
      AREA WEEKEND ACTIVITIES:
      September 3: Show ‘N Shine; 10th Annual Show ‘N Shine at Columbia Gorge
      Interpretive Center Museum in Stevenson, WA. Call 509-427-8211 or see
      www.columbiagorge.org
      September 2-5: Beacon Rock Heritage Days; Re-live a portion of the fur
      trapping era with shooting events and camp-out displays. Strawberry
      Island in North Bonneville. Call 509-427-5383 or email davelh@....
      For lodging and other area information, phone (800) 989-9178 or see the
      Skamania County Chamber of Commerce website.
      http://www.allweatherwalkers.org/WAGorgeWalks2005.htm

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    • Wendy Bumgardner
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      Message 75 of 75 , Jan 15
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        Now is a great time to begin planning your travels through breathtaking
        Pyrenees panoramas, among charming Basque villages, and along the
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        This tour is offered in 2 Parts.
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        Basque country in San Sebastian.
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        explore Basque France, then turn west to follow the famed Way of Saint
        James (El Camino de Santiago) to Santiago de Compostela.
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        1/23/2016
        City / State: Bellevue, WA
        Event Name: Parks and Trails
        Event Type: Guided Walk
        Event ID: 104331
        Distance - Trail Ratings: 12K, 6K - 3B
        Description: This is a guided walk. Explore the trails of Wilburton
        Hill Park, Kelsey Creek Park and other local Bellevue Parks. Brisk
        January walk
        Amenities: Strollers: NO | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: Yes
        Special Programs: This event doesn't have any special Programs assigned.
        Start Times: 9:15
        Location: Wilburton Hill Park
        Start Point / Driving Directions: 12400 Main St
        Bellevue, WA
        I-405 North, Exit 12. Stay left at "Y". At stop light turn left to 116
        Ave SE. Right uphill on SE 1st St. Right on Main St. Continue to end.
        Parking lot is on the right. Watch for the registration table.
        Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
        Comments: This is a Guided Walk. Please register and be ready to
        walk by 9:30am. 6K rating is 2B
        Host Club: Interlaken Trailblazers Volkssport Club
        Contact: M. Zewe (425) 861-8958
        Website: www.interlakentrailblazers.org
        E-Mail Contact: mzewe@...

        1/30/2016
        City / State: Puyallup, WA
        Event Name: Nathan Chapman Trail Walk
        Event Type: Walk
        Event ID: 104354
        Distance - Trail Ratings: 5K/10K - 1A
        Description: Walk on trails, sidewalks, and road shoulders on a
        crisp winter's day along the Nathan Chapman Trail, the Water Pipeline
        Trail, and through neighborhoods.
        Amenities: Strollers: hard | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: Yes |
        Restrooms: Yes
        Special Programs: Cities in Song, Honoring Our Flag, Volcanoes,
        You'll Never Walk Alone
        Start Times: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
        Location: Elim Evangelical Free Church
        Start Point / Driving Directions: 9421 128th St. E. From I-5: Exit
        #127 (SR512/Puyallup). Take 1st Puyallup exit (9th St./94th Ave. E.).
        RIGHT on 94th Ave. E. to 128th St. Elim Evangelical Free Church on LEFT.
        From I-405: Exit #2 (ST167S/Auburn). Exit onto SR512. Take
        Eatonville/SR161 exit. RIGHT at top of exit. LEFT on 9th St. SW, becomes
        94th Ave E. Continue as above.
        Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
        Comments: Pets must be on a leash in parks.
        Host Club: Daffodil Valley Volkssport Association
        Contact: Carolyn Warhol (253) 845-6592
        Website: www.daffodilvalleyvolkssport.com
        E-Mail Contact: jcwarhol@...

        2/27/2016
        City / State: Vancouver, WA
        Event Name: Frenchman's Bar/Vancouver Lake
        Event Type: Walk
        Event ID: 103639
        Distance - Trail Ratings: 6/10K 1A - 1A
        Description: Walk on paved paths along rural country roads and
        through Frenchman’s Bar and Vancouver Lake regional parks. OK for
        strollers and wheelchairs. Scenic views of the surrounding rural area,
        Columbia River, Vancouver Lake, Flushing Channel and distant mountains.
        See bountiful bird life, including but not limited to, Canadian Geese,
        Great Blue Herons, and Sandhill Cranes.
        Amenities: Strollers: easy | Wheelchairs: easy | Pets: Yes |
        Restrooms: Yes
        Special Programs: This event doesn't have any special Programs assigned.
        Start Times: 9am-1pm; Finish by 4pm
        Location: Frenchman's Bar Regional Park
        Start Point / Driving Directions: 9612 NW Lower River Road. From
        I-5: take Mill Plain Blvd (Exit #1C) west. Continue west on Mill Plain
        as it goes up and over the railroad tracks, then bears right to a "T" at
        a stoplight and Lower River Road. Turn left, following SR-501. The road
        will slowly curve right to the north. When you come to the "Y" in the
        road, follow the curve to the left. Road will wind closer to the river
        and the main entrance to the park will be on the left. Start point is at
        far end of parking lot under the Riverview Shelter (covered).
        Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
        Comments: Celebrate Leap Year 2016.
        Host Club: All Weather Walkers
        Contact: Jan Breneman (360) 835-9686
        Website: www.allweatherwalkers.org/
        E-Mail Contact: breneman@...

        2/27/2016
        City / State: Spokane, WA
        Event Name: Children of the Sun Trail
        Event Type: Guided Walk
        Event ID: 104557
        Distance - Trail Ratings: 10 K - 1A
        Description: We will be walking on a paved pedestrian/bike path from
        Wandermere Village along the Future US395 Freeway to the end of the
        completed portion of the trail in Hillyard.
        Amenities: Strollers: medium | Wheelchairs: hard | Pets: Yes |
        Restrooms: Yes
        Special Programs: This event doesn't have any special Programs assigned.
        Start Times: 9 am
        Location: Wandermere Village McDonaldsI-90 Division Street Exit,
        continue north on Division to Wandermere Village on right side of
        street. Park south of McDonalds.
        Start Point / Driving Directions: This walk will be a one-way 10K
        walk. Transportation will be provided from the end back to the start.
        Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
        Comments: Restrooms at the start.
        Host Club: Lilac City Volkssport Assn.
        Contact: Allan G. Heritage (509) 465-2690
        Website: No Website Listed
        E-Mail Contact: agheritage@...

        2/27/2016
        City / State: Redmond, WA
        Event Name: Celebrate 1 more Walking Day in 2016
        Event Type: Walk
        Event ID: 104274
        Distance - Trail Ratings: 5K/10K - 1B
        Description: Explore Redmond and Marymoor Park
        Amenities: Strollers: hard | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: Yes |
        Restrooms: Yes
        Special Programs: This event doesn't have any special Programs assigned.
        Start Times: 9:00am-12:00pm
        Location: Anderson Park/Adair House
        Start Point / Driving Directions: 7802 168th Ave NE (walk start)
        Parking at Redmond Elementary School
        16800 NE 80th St, Redmond, WA
        Head east on WA-520 E. Turn left at NE 80th St/NE Union Hill Rd.
        Continue to follow NE Union Hill Rd. Slight left at Avondale Rd NE. Turn
        right at NE 79th St. Turn right at 169th Ave NE. Turn left at NE 80th
        St, Destination will be on the right, Follow orange markers to Start
        Point in Anderson Park
        Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
        Comments: ESVA Meeting to follow at 1:00pm
        Host Club: Interlaken Trailblazers Volkssport Club
        Contact: S.Moats (425) 235-0528
        Website: www.interlakentrailblazers.org
        E-Mail Contact: atthepond3@...

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