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  • Wendy Bumgardner
    January 6 & 7 2007 CLE ELUM, WA Cross Country Ski & Snowshoe IVV CREDIT ONLY SPONSORS: Evergreen Wanderers, Iron Horse Inn LOCATION: Iron Horse Inn, 525
    Message 1 of 4 , Jan 5, 2007
      January 6 & 7 2007 CLE ELUM, WA Cross Country Ski & Snowshoe
      IVV CREDIT ONLY
      SPONSORS: Evergreen Wanderers, Iron Horse Inn
      LOCATION: Iron Horse Inn, 525 Marie Ave, South Cle Elum, WA
      DISTANCE: 10km (6.2 miles)
      START TIME: 8:00 am - 1:00pm (SAT) 8:00 am - NOON (SUN)
      FINISH TIME: 4:00 pm (SAT) 3:00 pm (SUN)
      TRAIL:
      Rated 1. CROSS COUNTRY SKI: Ski on level Iron Horse Trail past the old
      power house station, along Tilman Creek and the Cle Elum and Yakima
      Rivers. An outstanding beginner's ski trail.
      Rated 1. SNOWSHOE Walk on level Iron Horse Trail East past two pond
      with great views of Cle Elum Valley. A nice and easy trail.
      AWARD: Credit only is $3.00. All must register, carry, and return
      start card.
      MISC: Water and restrooms at start/finish.
      Many of the Evergreen Wanderers will be staying at the Iron Horse B & B.
      Join us.....
      For lodging information call the Iron Horse Inn (509)674-5939 or
      Washington and Oregon call 1-800-228-9246 www.IRONHORSEINNBB.COM
      POINT OF CONTACT: Evergreen Wanderer President and trail master, Chuck
      Repik - (253)582-7474.
      Email: CREPIK@...
      DIRECTIONS:
      I-90 Eastbound: Exit #84 (Cle Elum/S Cle Elum). Exit ramp crosses over
      I-90 and becomes 1st St. West. At bottom of hill turn RIGHT at the
      Information Center (corner of 1st St W and S Cle
      Elum Way). Continue 5 blocks and turn RIGHT on
      Madison St. LEFT on 6th St as it becomes Marie Ave to Iron Horse Inn.
      I-90 Westbound: Exit RIGHT onto Oakes Ave. LEFT on 1st St West. LEFT
      at Information Center. Continue as above.
      http://www.evergreenwanderers.homestead.com/SKI.html

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      1/20/2007
      City and State: Federal Way WA
      Host Club: P.E.O. Pathfinders
      Distance and Trail Rating: 10 1
      Start Point Address / Driving Directions: The Commons at Federal Way
      (Formerly Sea-Tac Mall), 1928 S Commons, Federal Way, WA 98003 From
      Seattle: Take I-5 South to Exit 143. At light, 320th Street, take right.
      Going west, get in left lane. The Commons is three blocks down, on the
      left. From Tacoma. Take I-5 North to Exit 143. At light, 320th Street,
      take left. Going west, get in left lane. The Commons is three blocks
      down, on the left.
      Event Description: Walk start time: 7:00 am - 9:00 am Walk finish
      time:11:00 am Evergreen State Association Meeting will be held after the
      event.
      Start Times: 7:00 am - 9:00 am finish by 11:00 am
      E-Mail Contact: dinajohn@...
      Awards and Fees: IVV Credit Only
      Amenities: Strollers: easy Wheelchairs: easy Pets: Restrooms: Yes

      January 20, 2007(Saturday) Puyallup Crisp January Walk
      NW06/76929 Walk 10km (6.2miles) or 5km (3.1 miles) rated 1+
      Start 8am-1pm Finish by 4pm
      A beautiful crisp winter's day walk along the Puyallup River and into
      the town of Sumner. Suitable for strollers and wheelchairs. Dogs are
      permitted on leash, but owners are responsible for cleanup. ESVA meeting
      will be held at this event.
      WA St. Challenge: Pierce County; Rivers, Bridges AVA Special Programs:
      Riverwalk America, Railroad Heritage
      Puyallup Elks 314 27th NE Puyallup, WA
      From I-5 take Exit #127 Puyallup/SR512 past Puyallup. Take SR 167 North
      and immediately take right lane to SR 410/Sumner-Yakima. Take first exit
      (E.Main & Traffic Ave.) Turn right onto E. Main. Right on 27th NE. Go
      straight into parking lot. From Renton/I-405: Take Exit #2, SR 167
      South. Take SR 410/Sumner-Yakima exit. Stay on the right, take first
      exit (E.Main & Traffic Ave.) and continue as above.
      Contact Carolyn Warhol 253-845-6592 or email jcwarhol@...
      http://www.webpost.net/es/esvadvva/dvva3.htm

      February 3-4, 2007 Bald Eagle Festival. A Weekend of Fun, Fitness,
      Friendship & Food
      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.
      THREE WALKS - 5/11/20 km, Historic Concrete, Winery Walk and Eagles in
      Rockport
      Historic Downtown. Rated 3+/4 (3C), 5/11/20 km. WA State Challenge:
      Mountain, Trail, Downtown, Festival, Bridge, River.
      Walk through Concrete and on narrow, unimproved trails through woods and
      country roads to a great eagle viewpoint at Lower Baker Dam. A few
      sections are steep and may be slippery/muddy. The 20 km continues up a
      long steady grade to Shannon Lake and is rated a 4. Not suitable for
      wheelchairs and strollers.
      Winery Walk. Rated 2. (1B), 5/10 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. Rated 3 (1C), 5/10 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.
      Friendship 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.
      Pre-Registration: Postmarked Jan. 27, PO Box 1084, Anacortes WA 98221.
      To get a Pre-Registration form, email Curt or Martha Myron at
      cmmyron@....
      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, festival locations and in town
      Festival Information:
      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 (donation and 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
      http://www.nwtrekkers.org/eaglefest2007.html

      2/3/2007 to 2/4/2007 Northwest Trek Wildlife Foundation
      City and State: Eatonville WA
      Host Club: Evergreen State Volkssport Assn.
      Distance and Trail Rating: 10k and 5k 2
      Start Point Address / Driving Directions: Northwest Trek Wildlife
      Foundation 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
      park. View native Northwest wildlife creatures in a natural setting.
      Strollers will have difficulty/5K trail suitable for wheelchairs. Park
      admission is free to walkers. Proof of participation is needed to obtain
      half-price tram ride. A award/$7.50; credit only/$3.00. Pets are NOT
      permitted.
      Start Times: 8:00 am to 1:00 pm/finish by 4:00 pm
      Contact: Diane Wagner , (253 ) 875 - 3064
      Event Website: www.esva.org
      E-Mail Contact: dianeswagner@...
      Awards and Fees: A Award
      Amenities: Strollers: hard Wheelchairs: NO Pets: No Restrooms: Yes

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    • Wendy Bumgardner
      1/10/2015 - 1/11/2015 City / State: Cle Elum, WA Event Name: Slip and Slide Snowshoe Event Event Type: Snow Shoe Event ID: 101115 Distance -
      Message 2 of 4 , Jan 9, 2015
        1/10/2015 - 1/11/2015
        City / State: Cle Elum, WA
        Event Name: Slip and Slide Snowshoe Event
        Event Type: Snow Shoe
        Event ID: 101115
        Distance - Trail Ratings: 10 km - 1A
        Description: Snowshoe on level Iron Horse Trail passing two lakes
        with views of Cle Elum Valley.
        Amenities: Strollers: NO | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: Yes
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        Event Name: Slip and Slide Ski Event
        Event Type: Cross Country Ski
        Event ID: 101114
        Distance - Trail Ratings: 10 km - 1A
        Description: Ski on level Iron Horse Trail passing the old power
        house, follow Tilman Creekand the Cle Elum and Yakima Rivers.
        Amenities: Strollers: NO | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: Yes
        ==
        Start Times: 8 am to 1 pm (Saturday); 8 am to noon (Sunday)
        Location: Iron Horse Inn B&B
        Start Point / Driving Directions: Iron Horse B&B, 525 Marie Ave.,
        Cle Elum, Wa. From I-90 EASTBOUND -- Exit #84. At bottom of hill, RIGHT
        at 1st St. W. Follow 5 blocks, then RIGHT on Madison St. Then LEFT on
        6th St. (Becomes Marie Ave) to B& B. -- I 90 WESTBOUND -- Exit #84 onto
        Oakes Ave. LEFT at 1st St. (continue with directions above).
        Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
        Comments: Pets must be leashed and follow clean-up laws. Restroom at
        start/finish ONLY. Food available for donation.
        Host Club: Evergreen Wanderers
        Contact: Charles Repik (253) 582-7474
        Website: No Website Listed
        E-Mail Contact: crepik@...4:20 AM 12/12/2014

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        1/17/2015
        City / State: Bellevue, WA
        Event Name: Roller Coaster, Parks and More
        Event Type: Guided Walk
        Event ID: 101256
        Distance - Trail Ratings: 12K, 7K - 3C
        Description: The 12K route gets its name from a short section of ups
        and downs on a power line trail. There is also a long staircase going up
        to Bellevue College, but otherwise much of this route is flat. This walk
        includes wooded trails, stairs, residential streets, sidewalks, loose
        gravel trails and some hills. NOTE: The 7K route (2B) does not include
        the Roller Coaster or set of stairs leading up to Bellevue College.
        Amenities: Strollers: NO | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: Yes
        Special Programs: This event doesn't have any special Programs assigned.
        Start Times: 9:15am
        Location: Wilburton Hill Park
        Start Point / Driving Directions: 12400 Main St, Bellevue, WA
        DIRECTIONS: I-405 NORTHBOUND: Exit #12. Stay LEFT at Y. At stoplight,
        LEFT on 116th Ave SE. RIGHT uphill on SE 1st St. RIGHT on Main St.
        Continue to end. Parking lot on RIGHT.
        I-405 SOUTHBOUND: NE 8th St exit going EAST. RIGHT on 124th Ave NE. The
        park is at the intersection of 124th Ave NE and Main St
        Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
        Comments: THIS IS A GUIDED WALK. Allow time to register, use
        restrooms and be ready to walk at 9:30 am. Several groups going at
        different paces will start and walk together. Some maps will be available
        Host Club: Interlaken Trailblazers Volkssport Club
        Contact: Mike Zewe (425) 861-8958
        Website: www.interlakentrailblazers.org
        E-Mail Contact: mzewe@...

        1/25/2015
        City / State: Puyallup, WA
        Event Name: Crisp January Walk
        Event Type: Walk
        Event ID: 98670
        Distance - Trail Ratings: 10K/5K - 1A
        Description: Explore Northwest Puyallup on city streets through
        neighborhoods and some local parks.
        Amenities: Strollers: medium | Wheelchairs: hard | Pets: Yes |
        Restrooms: Yes
        Special Programs: Honoring Our Flag, Main Street, You'll Never Walk
        Alone
        Start Times: 9am to noon, Finish by 3pm
        Location: United Methodist Church 1919 W. Pioneer
        Start Point / Driving Directions: 1919 W. Pioneer, Puyallup. I-5
        NB/SB Exit 127 (SR512/Puyallup) 4th Puyallup exit (E. Pioneer). Left on
        Pioneer, through Puyallup, approximately 2 miles to Church on right.
        Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
        Comments: Water and restrooms at start/finish.
        Host Club: Daffodil Valley Volkssport Assn.
        Contact: Chyrll Coscorrosa (253) 226-7288
        Website: www.daffodilvalleyvolkssport.com
        E-Mail Contact: chyrllcos@...

        2015 Seabreeze Walking Festival - February 14-16, 2015
        This event includes six walks and a bike, as well as two YREs, in and
        around Ocean Shores, WA. Also featured on Saturday, February 14, is an
        Italian Buffet and social time in the evening.
        Event: 2015 Seabreeze Walking Festival at Ocean Shores, WA.
        http://www.capitolvolkssportclub.org/cvc_specialevents/seabreeze_2015_se.html

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