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  • Wendy Bumgardner
    8/2/2008 Lillwaup WA Host Club: Capitol Volkssport Club Distance and Trail Rating: 10km, 22Km 3 Start Point Address / Driving Directions: Lena Lake
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 1, 2008
      8/2/2008 Lillwaup WA
      Host Club: Capitol Volkssport Club
      Distance and Trail Rating: 10km, 22Km 3
      Start Point Address / Driving Directions: Lena Lake Trailhead Drive US
      101 North from Olympia, or South from Hood Canal bridge. Turn west on FS
      Road #25 (N Hamma Hamma Road) towards Hamma Hamma Recreation Area. Drive
      8 miles further to the trailhead (road is paved the entire way)
      Northwest Forest Pass or Golden Passpot (Eagle, Age, or Access) is
      required to park at the trailhead.
      Event Description:
      Start Times: 8am to noon. 22Km start by 10am
      Contact: David Olszyk , (360 ) 456 - 2896
      Event Website: www.geocities.com/buddbayy/index.html
      E-Mail Contact: olszyk@...
      Awards and Fees: IVV Credit Only
      Comments: An easy trail, ascending through a spendid forest, offering
      five of the criteria for a Classic Hike: views, lakes, flowers,
      heather-covered alpine meadows and, if luckey, herds of elk. The
      continuation to Upper Lena Lake offers a good challenge to the fit hiker
      with steeper elevations and rockier footing. 10Km to Lake Lena is 1800'
      gain, rated a 3 The 22Km to Upper Lena Lake is a 3900' gain, rated a 4+.
      Amenities: Strollers: hard Wheelchairs: NO Pets: No Restrooms: Yes
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      8/9/2008 Issaquah WA WA
      Host Club: Northwest Striders
      Distance and Trail Rating: 10km/5km 1
      Start Point Address / Driving Directions: Pickering Barn, 1730 10th Ave
      NW, Issaquah WA I-90: Exit #15. Eastbound LEFT/westbound RIGHT on SR900
      which becomes W Sammamish Rd. RIGHT on 10th Ave NW to Red Bard east of
      Costco. Follow Volkssport signs to parking.
      Event Description:
      Start Times: 9:00 am - NOON
      Contact: Dick O'Connor , (425 ) 74 - 9641
      Event Website: www.ava.org/clubs/northweststriders/
      E-Mail Contact: www.ava.org/clubs/northweststriders/
      Awards and Fees: IVV Credit Only
      Strollers: medium Wheelchairs: NO Pets: Yes Restrooms: Yes

      8/15/2008 Medical Lake, WA WA
      Host Club: Lilac City Volkssport Assn.
      Distance and Trail Rating: 10 k, 5k 2
      Start Point Address / Driving Directions: 1512 N. Wrangler. Exit Hi
      way 2 at Dover road (West of Airway Heights). Follow to Buckboard Ave.
      Turn on Buckboard Ave, follow to Wrangler Dr.
      Event Description: Home of The Weathers This eveing walk and should
      beat the haet and includes a BBQ and good times at the start point.
      Start time 4:30 pm to 6 pm. off the trail 9 pm. still light, cool and
      time for BBQ. Take a walk on the west plans enjoying the sights and
      sounds of a summer eveing and enjoy a relaxing BBQ. Beat the heat and
      take a warm up walk for the State meeting in Pullman on the 8/16/2008.
      Start Times: 4:30pm to 6 pm off the trail 9 pm.
      Contact: Bonnie Applegate , (509 ) 465 - 3056
      Event Website: lilaccityvolks.org
      E-Mail Contact: lewapplegate@...
      Awards and Fees: IVV Credit Only
      Strollers: hard Wheelchairs: NO Pets: Yes Restrooms: Yes

      8/16/2008 - Walk
      Event Number : 81004 5km, 10km
      Start : 325 Paradise St
      Event City: Pullman
      Host Club : AVA - North West Region
      Write for more information to:
      P.O. Box 3071
      Battle Ground, WA 98604
      Contact : Becky Forsythe, (360) 281 - 8429
      E-Mail: rgforsythe@...

      8/23/2008 - Walk
      Event Number : 80604 10 KM, 5KM
      Start : Youngstown Cultural Arts Center
      Event City: SEATTLE
      Host Club : FS Family Wanderers
      Write for more information to:
      1432 NW 62nd St #3
      SEATTLE, WA 98107
      Contact : Nancy Weinstein, (206) 783 - 2460
      E-Mail: nancyw2@...
      Club Website: www.ava.org/clubs/FSFamilyWanderers

      Whidbey Walking Festival
      September 5th, 6th and 7th, 2008
      Five walk routes plus two seasonal events and at least three 5 km
      alternatives!
      Door prizes throughout the weekend, all registered walkers are eligible
      to win!
      » Printable Event Schedule
      http://www.nwtrekkers.org/WhidbeyVolksFestSchedule.html
      » Registration Form
      http://www.nwtrekkers.org/downloads/WhidbeyWalksFestRegistration2008.pdf
      » Volunteer Sign-up
      http://www.nwtrekkers.org/downloads/WhidbeyWalksFest2008VolunteerSignUp.pdf
      Directions to Coupeville Recreation Hall From I-5, Exit 230, Hwy
      20/Burlington, take State Route 20 west, to Oak Harbor, then Coupeville,
      approx. 40 miles. At Coupeville, turn left onto Main Street. Left on
      Coveland. Go two blocks to Alexander. The Recreation Hall is at
      Alexander on the right. Left on Alexander to Parking on right.
      Accommodations for the Whidbey Walking Festival
      Coupeville has a few small hotels and lots of B&Bs. Some B&Bs are in
      Victorian Homes, some overlook the water. Oak Harbor has larger hotels.
      For more information and links to individual web pages, visit the
      Central Whidbey Chamber of Commerce website at www.cometocoupeville.com
      Remember-we are in the Olympic Mountain Rain Shadow. Rain in Seattle
      doesn't mean it's raining in Coupeville!
      A Multi-event, three-day festival of walks. A meet 'n' greet Friday, a
      pasta dinner Saturday evening, a salmon bbq and a free concert Sunday
      afternoon. Five walk routes plus two seasonal events available for those
      who want even more walking, Visit beautiful Whidbey Island for a
      Volkswalking Extravaganza! See Washington's second oldest town with its
      Victorian homes and small town stores. Walk across farm fields and to
      the beach. See Jenne Farm, Admiralty Head Lighthouse and Fort Casey's
      Artillery Bunkers. Fabulous Puget Sound and Mountain views on all walks.
      And we haven't forgotten the fourth F in Volkswalking-Food! After the
      special Mayor's walk on Friday, join us for a walkers' meet 'n' greet.
      On Saturday, come to a pasta dinner hosted by Soroptimist International
      of Coupeville with all proceeds going to go to help women and children
      in need in the Coupeville area and on Sunday the Town of Coupeville
      invites you to a free concert in the park and a Salmon BBQ.
      Farm Heritage One Way 5/10 km rated 2 (2C)
      New Route. Ride the bus to Jenne Farm. Walk through woods and Jenne Farm
      acreage, along country roads and across Bishop Farms and return back to
      Coupeville. Visit our agricultural heritage past and present. See
      historic Jenne Farm and pause for views across farmland to the Puget
      Sound, Cascades and Olympics. Not suitable for strollers or wheelchairs.
      Special Programs: National Heritage Walk;.
      Whidbey Coast to Coast 11/21 km rated 2 (2B)
      Walk on paved and dirt paths and along country roads, across Ebey's
      Landing Historical Reserve to Ebey's Landing beach. Watch for eagles,
      whales, otters. Views overlooking Puget Sound to Port Townsend and the
      Olympic Mountains. Not suitable for strollers or wheelchairs. Special
      Programs: National Heritage Walk, State Parks; Washington Challenges:
      Island County; Oceans, Cemeteries.
      Historic Town of Coupeville 5/10 km rated 2+ (2B)
      Walk around Coupeville seeing many Victorian homes and along main street
      to the much photo'd Penn Cove Dock. Views of Mount Baker and the Cascade
      Mountains. Look for artists in the Plein Air Painters' US Open around
      town and the Reserve. Join Mayor Conard on Friday evening for a special
      walk on this route. Not suitable for strollers or wheelchairs. Special
      Programs: National Heritage Walk; Washington Challenges: Island County;
      Historic Register.
      Fort Casey 10 km rated 2+ (2B)
      New Route. Ride the bus to Jenne Farm and walk to Fort Casey State Park
      on Whidbey Camano Land Trust and Seattle Pacific University land. View
      the Fort Casey Artillery Bunkers and Admiralty Head Lighthouse. Walk
      through woods and along bluff paths with views of the Puget Sound and
      Olympic Mountains. Not suitable for strollers or wheelchairs. Special
      Programs: Lighthouse USA, National Heritage Walk; Washington Challenges:
      Island County; Oceans.
      Penn Cove One-Way Walk 5/10 km rated 1+ (1B), SUNDAY ONLY
      Jump on the bus at the Coupeville Recreation Hall and ride it 6.2 miles
      to the start of this walk which will take you all along Penn Cove.
      Fabulous water and mountain views the entire walk. Look for wildlife and
      Penn Cove Mussel beds. Not suitable for strollers or wheelchairs.
      Special Programs: National Heritage Walk; Washington Challenges: Island
      County; Oceans.
      AWARD: This award stands alone or you can build onto it at every Whidbey
      Walking Festival. The first year award (pictured actual size on front)
      is cast metal with a 6" red, white and blue ribbon. $3 pre-registered
      until August 20. $4 purchased on-site. The second year (and future
      years) is a cast metal foot with "2" or "3" engraved and can be attached
      to the ribbon from the first year. $3 if ordered by August 20. $4 at
      event. How many feet will you get? If you have participated before and
      didn't buy the first year medal, you may buy both medals this year
      (previous year registration verified on-site.)
      Shirts: T-shirts and sweatshirts will be for sale and make a great
      reminder of this fun weekend. Cost and design aren't finalized yet but
      we hope to keep the prices to $15 for a t-shirt and $20 for a
      sweatshirt. Receive a $1 discount on site if you pre-register for the
      event. Sizes M-XL, Quantities limited.
      Door Prizes: Door prizes awarded throughout the weekend. All registered
      walkers are eligible. PRE-Registered walkers are eligible for special
      door prizes (Largest Group and Farthest Traveled) as well as several
      specially selected, randomly drawn prizes.
      Silent Auction: Take advantage of the silent auction during the weekend.
      Many wonderful items are up for grabs and all proceeds go to local
      charities. Donations of auction items happily accepted. Contact:
      cmmyron@....
      Year Round/Seasonals: There is also a year-round walk in Oak Harbor
      (5/10/20/30 km) and a seasonal in Deception Pass State Park (5/10/20)
      http://www.nwtrekkers.org/WhidbeyVolksFest.html

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