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Eagle Festival - Northwest Trek

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      Wear Red for Women on Friday, Feb. 3
      Heart disease is the number 1 killer of women in the USA, and kills more
      women than men. Wear Red Day calls this to your attention - are you at

      Walking Adventures International: History, Culture, Scenery, AND
      Walking...more than just a walking tour!
      Join us for a close-up, walker’s introduction to the historic, cultural,
      and scenic highlights of the Deep South. We will visit the historic
      centers of St. Augustine, Savannah, and Charleston; antebellum homes and
      cotton plantations; the cajun capital of Lafayette and the bayou
      country; New Orleans’ French Quarter; Kennedy Space Center; the music
      capital of Nashville; and more! The Adventure includes walks and
      sightseeing in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina,
      Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana and is
      available in 3 separate parts, each 8 or 9 days long. You will enjoy 6-7
      AVA walks on each section of the tour along with many fun and
      educational excursions! All 3 parts combined: March 21 - April 8, 2006
      19 days. Call us TODAY for more details at 1.800.779.0353 or email
      fun@.... To view our full 2006 schedule, click here:

      Just in Time for Valentine's Day
      Hearts and Sterling, Gemstone Jewelry Made in New Mexico
      Hiking Journals - Mini and Regular Size
      And, don't forget our Bargain Bin

      February 4-5, 2006 Eagle Festival Weekend
      Registration: Concrete High School, 7830 S. Superior Ave., Concrete WA
      Start Time: 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Sat.
      9:00 am-Noon Sun.
      Finish Time: 4:00 p.m, Sat.; 3:00 pm Sun.
      Sanctions: 71829, 71830, 71831 Everyone is welcome!
      NW Tulip Trekkers - Bald Eagle Festival Weekend.
      Come for a weekend of Fun, Fitness, Friendship & Food
      Festival Fun: There are many interesting speakers at the High School
      throughout the festival as well as kids activities. Take a guided bus
      tour with a Eagle specialist on board to interpret ($5 donation
      suggested; Reservation suggested.)
      The Bald Eagle Festival is spread out through several towns and spots in
      the Upper Skagit Valley. The prime eagle viewing spots are only a few
      miles up the road (location of our Eagles in Rockport walk). We
      encourage you to visit all of the festival locations.
      Remember: If it is a sunny day, you will have a beautiful day for a
      walk. If it is cloudy, you will probably see lots of eagles as they are
      more likely to be perched in trees rather than soaring. For more Eagle
      Festival Information visit www.skagiteagle.org
      Winery Walk, Saturday Only. Rated 2. (1B), 10/5 km. WA State Challenge:
      Mountain, Trail, Festival, River.
      Walk along the Skagit Valley Trail to the Challenger Ridge Winery. Wine
      tasting available when open. Easy route, rated 2 due to gravel trail and
      hill to get back to start/finish. Look for eagles across the Skagit
      River while you walk. Suitable for wide wheeled strollers.
      Eagles in Rockport, Sunday Only.. Rated 3 (1C), 10/5 km. WA State
      Challenge: Mountain, Trail, Festival, River.
      Drive up valley to prime eagle watching area in Rockport. Visit the Bald
      Eagle Interpretive Center. Walk on wooded trails and roads. Flat trail
      rated 3 due to unimproved, possibly muddy trails. Alternate path in
      inclement weather. Dogs not allowed on part of walk.
      Historic Downtown, Both Days. Rated 3+ (3C), 11/5 km. WA State
      Challenge: Mountain, Trail, Downtown, Festival, Bridge, River.
      Walk through Concrete with historic information in hand, on narrow,
      unimproved trails through woods and country roads to a viewpoint to see
      Lower Baker Dam and probably some Bald Eagles. Last year the record seen
      by walkers was 11 eagles! A few sections are steep and may be
      slippery/muddy. Not suitable for wheelchairs and strollers.
      Salmon Dinner: Saturday, at Concrete High School, 3 pm - 8 pm. Sponsored
      by the Class of 2006. Salmon, cole slaw, baked potato, roll, desert,
      coffee/tea and juice. $10, $8 Seniors and Students. Join the Trekkers
      there at 4:30 pm for a good dinner and conversation.
      Pancake Breakfast: Sunday 7:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. at the Senior Center. $5
      Group Walk: Want to walk with others? Be registered and ready to walk at
      9:30 am on Saturday to walk Historic Concrete.
      Registration: Concrete High School.
      Start Time: Saturday - 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m, Sunday - 9:00 a.m to Noon
      Finish: Saturday - 4:00 p.m., Sunday - 3:00 pm.
      Award: Credit only is $3.00. Free walkers are welcome, but must
      register, carry, and return a start card. Free "B" patches to all
      registered children under 12 years old and all 1st time walkers.
      More Information: John or Gail Boggs,360-853-8347, Email:
      JBoggsWash@... .
      Directions: I-5 to Exit 230; take Rt. 20 east to Concrete. Just inside
      the city limits of Concrete, turn right (south) at the Chevron gas
      station onto Superior Avenue. Continue on Superior under the school, and
      park on left or as directed.
      MISCELLANEOUS: Water and restrooms are available at start/finish and
      along the route. Pets are not permitted in buildings. There will be
      food/refreshments available at checkpoints and festival locations.
      A special Thanks to: Upper Skagit Bald Eagle Festival Organizers, Puget
      Sound Energy and Annie's Pizza Station for providing a warm Start/Finish
      and Checkpoints! More Thanks to Puget Sound Energy for having warm
      drinks and fabulous, now-famous cinnamon rolls at the Dam checkpoint!

      2/4/2006 - 2/5/2006 - Northwest Trek Walk
      Event Number : 71766 5 and 10 KM
      Start Point Address: Northwest Trek Wildlife Park, 11610 Trek Drive
      East, Eatonville I-5 Exit #127(SR512) east to SR161 (So
      Hill/Eatonville). Right (south) on SR161. Follow NW Trek signs to park.
      SR167: South to SR512 (Puyallup, Olympia) to SR161 exit. Left on SR161.
      Continue as above.
      Event Description: Walk on asphalt trails and woodland paths throughout
      the park. View native Northwest wildlife creatures in natural setting.
      Start Times: 8 am to 1 pm Finish by 4 pm
      Contact: Diane Wagner , (253 ) 875 - 3064
      Event Website: www.esva.org
      E-Mail Contact: dianeswagner@...
      Awards and Fees: A Award
      Comments: Water, restrooms and food at start/finish. Water at
      checkpoint(s) Pets NOT permitted. Park admission is free to walkers.
      Proof of participation is needed to obtain half-price tram ride.
      Amenities: Strollers: medium Wheelchairs: medium Pets: No Restrooms: Yes
      Host Club : Evergreen State Volkssport Assn.
      Event Website: http://www.esva.org
      Write for more information to:
      102 Louella Ridge Dr.
      Sequim , WA 98382
      Contact : JoAnn McAllister, (360) 681 - 2560
      E-Mail: jomac@...

      2/11/2006 - Walk
      Event Number : 71496 10k, 5k
      Start : Redmond Farmer's Market, Redomond Town Center, Leary Way and
      Bear Creek Parkway.
      Event City: Redmond
      Start time: 9 am - 12 pm
      Rated easy 1+, through town and along the Sammamish River Trail.
      Host Club : Northwest Striders
      Event Website: http://gowalkingwithnws.org
      Write for more information to:
      1837 138th Pl SE
      Bellevue, Wa 98005
      Contact : Dick O'Connor, (425) 746 - 9641

      2/11 and 2/12: Discovery Walk Festival Workers Walks, Vancouver Hilton
      Hotel 6th and Columbia, start from 8 am - 10 am. Volunteers for the
      Discovery Walk Festival may walk the events in advance of the event.
      Must register as a volunteer to participate. Toll free: 877-269-2009 or
      Further worker walk dates: March 11-12, April 8-9. Volunteer training
      sessions available on March 12 and April 9 only.

      2/18/2006 to 2/19/2006 Vancouver Two Walks
      City and State: Vancouver WA
      Host Club: Vancouver USA Volkssporters
      Start Point Address: Jim Parsley Center 2901 Falk Road Vancouver, WA
      Distance and Trail Rating: 5/10 km 2 The trail is along the
      Discovery Trail in wooded areas including several km's of brand new
      trail and some residentila areas.
      Distance and Trail Rating: 5/10 km 2 Walk is along the Discovery
      and Ellen Davis Trails in wooded areas with short sections on city
      streets in residential areas
      Start Times: 9:00am to 1:00 pm
      Contact: Dick Baker , (360 ) 573 - 6048
      E-Mail Contact: dickbkr@...
      Awards and Fees: IVV Credit Only

      2/18/2006 - 2/19/2006 - Discovery Park Walks, Seattle
      Event Number : 73984 10k
      Event City: Seattle
      Host Club : Four-Plus Foolhardy Folks
      Event Website: www.walkhappy.com/fourplusclub/
      Start Location: Discovery Park, 3801 W Government Way, Seattle, (206)
      386 - 4236
      Start time: Sat 8am-noon
      Finish by: Sat 4pm; Sun 3pm
      Walk #1: Lighthouse Walk 5k rated 3 or 10K rated 4 The Trail: This
      route is entirely inside Discovery Park and consists of dirt trails
      through woods, a bluff trail overlooking Puget Sound and a beach trail
      that walks along the shore for a while and passes the West Point Light
      Station. The route is level in many places with some good ups and
      downs. There are stairs in several places and it can be slick in the
      rain. The bluff area is one of the prettiest in the Puget Sound area.
      See our photo gallery for more great pictures from Discovery Park. The
      5K follows the loop trail in the park.
      Extreme: EXTREME TERRAIN (10K only) This is a Lighthouse walk.
      Washington State Challenge: King County; Nature: Parks/Trails; Water:
      Walk #2: Locks Walk 10K, rated 2 The Trail: The walk is through the
      park on trails and sidewalks, into the surrounding neighborhood to the
      Hiram M. Chittenden Locks and the public gardens, with views of the
      Salmon Bay waterway. The walk will pass by the Ft. Lawton officer's
      quarters, which are on the National Register of Historic Places, and the
      Army Cemetery.
      This is a National Heritage walk Washington State Challenge: King
      County; Nature: Parks/Trails; Water: Oceanfront/Lake
      Contact: Margaret Stewart (425) 347-6982
      Awards & Fees: A 100% embroidered multicolored patch in our traditional
      club diamond shape will be available at the walk for $7.00. Credit only
      is $3.00. Free participants are welcome but must register and return a
      start card. Only 50 patches are available and there will be no
      reorders. To pre-register for patch, use this form.
      Miscellaneous: Restrooms at the start/finish and along the trail.
      Carry your own water on the trail. Pets are allowed but owners must
      obey leash laws. Walk #1 is not suitable for wheelchairs or strollers.
      Walk #2 could be done with a stroller.
      Directions: From I-5 take the Mercer St exit. Right at first light onto
      Fairview. At next light go left onto Valley St. Stay in far right lane
      and merge onto Westlake. Westlake becomes Nickerson. Go straight on
      Nickerson past Fremont Bridge. Stay in left lane. Follow the sign to
      the Ballard Bridge/Emerson St. At 3 way stop take a left onto a ½
      circle viaduct and follow Emerson until you come to a 4 way flashing
      stop. Take a right onto W. Gilman. W. Gilman becomes W. Government
      Way. Follow W. Government until you come to the east entrance of the
      Park. (about 1/2 mile). Follow signs to North Parking Lot.

      SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2006 Firstenburg Community Center Open House
      WALK, Vancouver
      Sanction No. NW06-74127
      START/FINISH: Firstenburg Community Center, 700 NE 136th Avenue,
      Vancouver, WA.
      TIMES: Start any time between 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.; Finish by 4 p.m.
      DISTANCE and RATING: 10km (6.2 miles), Rated 1.
      TRAIL DESCRIPTION: A combination of old and new neighborhoods and
      several parks in East Vancouver. Includes streets and paths through the
      Fircrest and Hearthwood residential areas. Mostly paved, some soft
      trails. Suitable for strollers and wheelchairs. Some curbs not cut.
      FEES: Everyone is welcome to walk for FREE. Optional AVA Credit Only is
      $3. No refunds. All must register, carry, and return a start card. "B"
      medals and hatpins from prior events are available. Donations are
      appreciated and help support future events.
      COMFORT: Water and restrooms available at registration area and
      mid-route. Pets are permitted except in buildings. Owners are
      responsible for leash and clean-up laws.
      DIRECTIONS: From I-205 North or South, take Exit 28 (Mill Plain Blvd).
      At end of ramp, go east (Northbound right, southbound left) onto Mill
      Plain to SE 136th Avenue. Left on SE 136th to Firstenburg Community
      Center. Left into parking lot. Volkswalk signs will be posted.
      CONTACT INFORMATION: Jan Breneman; phone 360/835-9686.

      3/11/2006 - Milton Interurban Walk
      Event Number : 74137 5KM, 10KM
      Start : Milton City Hall Complex 1000 Laurel Street Milton, WA
      Event City: Milton
      Start: 8a - 1p
      Rated moderate 2+
      Host Club : Sea-Tac Volkssports Club
      Write for more information to:
      17526 151st Avenue SE, 4-10
      Renton, WA 98058
      Contact : Fran Carson, (425) 271 - 3136
      E-Mail: fran.carson@...

      2006 Multi-Events Coming Up:

      Floribama Presidents Day Weekend 2006! February 17, 18, 19, 20, 2006
      Florida Events: http://www.angelfire.com/trek/pensacolafl/PresDay.html
      Alabama Events: http://georgiawalkers.homestead.com/Presidents2006.html

      Discovery Walk Festival, Vancouver, WA April 28-29-30, 2006!

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