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  • Wendy Bumgardner
    9/3/2011 City / State: Seattle, WA Event Name: Celebrate American Labor Event Type: Walk Event ID: 87929 Distance - Trail Ratings: 5/10/11
    Message 1 of 7 , Sep 2, 2011
      9/3/2011
      City / State: Seattle, WA
      Event Name: Celebrate American Labor
      Event Type: Walk
      Event ID: 87929
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 5/10/11 K - 1+
      Description: Celebrate Labor Day by walking a route that celebrates
      labor inSeattle: Interbay's railroad yards, the cruise ship terminal,
      the grain terminal. All this and views of the Sound & Olympic Mountains!!
      Amenities: Strollers: medium | Wheelchairs: hard | Pets: Yes |
      Restrooms: Yes
      Special Classifications: America's Gardens
      Start Times: 9-12, finish by 3
      Location: Whole Foods: Interbay 2001 15th Avenue West Seattle, WA
      Start Point / Driving Directions: Whole Foods: Interbay 2001 15th
      Ave West
      Seattle, WA
      I-5: Exit 167 (Mercer Street) At bottom of ramp merge RIGHT onto
      Fairview. LEFT on Valley Street which becomes Broad Street. RIGHT on
      Denny Way and follow downhill as road curves to right becoming first
      Western Ave and then Elliott Avenue West and finally 15th Avenue West.
      Whole Foods is on left. Park behind the store on Armory Way and circle
      the building to registration/start point.
      Awards & Fees: A Award
      Comments:
      Host Club: Emerald City Wanderers
      Contact: Mike Nagan (206) 935-3225
      Website: www.walkingwithecw.org
      E-Mail Contact: m.nagan@...

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      Friends - Last Day to Donate
      I am walking a 5-day charity walk for breast cancer in September and I
      need to raise $2500 for Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
      Your donation of any amount is appreciated. Deadline Fri. Sept. 2
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      I have been training steadily in order to do a half marathon distance
      each day during the walk. It's a worthy cause, and I thank you for your
      consideration.
      Many thanks! Wendy Bumgardner - your faithful walking email person.

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      9/9/2011 - 9/10/2011 Discover Bellingham Volksfest
      City / State: Bellingham, WA
      Event Name: Discover Bellingham Volksfest, Bellingham City and Bay
      Event Type: Walk Event ID: 90056 Distance - Trail Ratings:
      5k and 10k - 1
      Description: Bellingham City and Bay, 5/10 km. Friday 4 PM Guided
      walk, Saturday regular walk. Route is along the waterfront and harbor,
      through two parks and by the General George Picket House. You also walk
      on trails along Whatcom Creek and through downtown Bellingham and
      Farmer's Market (Saturday). Free Meet 'n' Greet after Leaders group walk
      on Friday. Pancake breakfast 7:30am-11 am Saturday. 2-7 pm Saturday Free
      Jazz Festival at the Bellwether.
      Amenities: Strollers: medium | Wheelchairs: medium | Pets: Yes |
      Restrooms: Yes
      Special Classifications: Artistic Heritage, Historic Churches,
      Honoring Law Enforcement, Hooray for Hollywood, Special National
      Officers Book (S.N.O.B.), Waterfalls
      Start Times: Friday, Sept. 9, 4 pm, Saturday, Sept.10, 8 am-2 p
      Awards & Fees: A Award
      Comments: Walking Europe in USA, Walking Courthouses, Railroad
      Heriage, Washington Challenges: Water: Bay, Town Country: park, garden,
      History: Historical register, mouments. After this walk on Friday night
      there will be a Happy hour from 5-8 at the Senior Center
      ===
      9/10/11
      Event Name: Bellingham VolksFest Ferry Route
      Event Type: Walk Event ID: 90055 Distance - Trail Ratings: 10 k - 2
      Description: Ferry Route. Walk 3 km along Whatcom Creek to Marina
      and take a passenger ferry ($5.00 charge per person) across Bellingham
      Bay to the Fairhaven Ferry Terminal. Learn a little of Bellingham's
      history along the way. Return 7 km through the Fairhaven Historical
      Community, along the Taylor Street dock and walkway, through Boulevard
      Park, and along the South Bay Trail through downtown Bellingham and
      Farmer's Depot Market. Some walkers will be directed to walk 7 km, and
      catch the ferry at the Fairhaven Ferry Terminal and return via the 3km.
      Free Meet 'n' Greet Friday night. Pancake Breakfast Saturday morning;
      Jazz Festival Saturday afternoon
      Amenities: Strollers: NO | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: No | Restrooms: Yes
      Special Classifications: Special National Officers Book (S.N.O.B.)
      Awards & Fees: A Award
      Comments: Special programs: Walking Europe
      Start Times: 8 am - 2 pm
      ===
      9/10/11
      Event Name: Discover Bellingham Volksfest, Cornwall Park
      Event Type: Walk Event ID: 90054 Distance - Trail Ratings: 6k and
      10k - 2
      Description: Cornwall Park 6/ 10 km. Saturday only. Walk through a
      residential area on sidewalks to Cornwall Park. Follow trails through
      park and then the trail to Little Squalicum Park and Beach. Return via
      Eldridge Avenue mansions and Elizabeth Park. Free Meet 'n' Greet Friday
      night. Pancake Breakfast Saturday morning; Jazz Festival Saturday afternoon.
      Amenities: Strollers: NO | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: Yes
      Comments: Special Programs. Walking Europe in the USA, Railroad
      Heritage. WA State: Water: Bay. Town/Countrya: park, garden, historical
      register.
      Start Times: 8 am - 2 pm
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      Location: Bellingham Sr. Center, 315 Halleck St, Bellingham WA
      Start Point / Driving Directions: Bellingham Senior Center, 315
      Halleck, Bellingham, WA. I-5 Southbound, Exit 254 Ohio Street Exit. Head
      straight ahead (8 blocks) on Ohio St. which turns into Halleck Street as
      it bends right. The Senior Center and parking are on the left just after
      the light at Cornwall.
      I-5 Northbound exit 254 Iowa Street. Left at the light onto Iowa. Left
      at the next light onto King (stay in right lane). At the end of King
      turn right on Ohio Street which turns into Halleck as it bends right.
      The Senior center and parking are on the left just after the light at
      Cornwall Ave.
      Awards & Fees: A Award
      Host Club: NW Tulip Trekkers
      Contact: John Dewing (360) 756-0470
      Website: 2dewings@...
      E-Mail Contact: 2dewings@...

      9/17/2011
      City / State: BELLEVUE, WA
      Event Name: Lake-to-Lake Greenway Trail Walk
      Event Type: Walk
      Event ID: 89944
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 15km/6km - 3
      Description: 15km (3) Walk on sidewalks, asphalt , bark, and gravel
      trails through residential Bellevue and its park system on the
      Lake-to-Lake Greenway Trail. 6km (1+) Walk on asphalt, bark, and gravel
      trails in the Mercer Slough Nature Park. Not suitable for strollers or
      wheelchairs.
      Amenities: Strollers: NO | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: No | Restrooms: Yes
      Special Classifications: This event doesn't have any special
      classifications assigned.
      Start Times: 8:00 am-10:00 am (15km) 8:00 am-NOON (6km)
      Location: Mercer Slough Blueberry Farm
      Start Point / Driving Directions: 2380 Bellevue Way SE, Bellevue WA
      I-90: Exit #9 (Bellevue Way). Continue on Bellevue Way to parking at
      Bellevue Park and Ride. Follow Volkssport markings to start at Mercer
      Slough Blueberry Farm.
      Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
      Comments: Water and restrooms at start/finish only along the route
      on 15km route.
      Water and restrooms ONLY at start/finish on 6km route. Pets NOT permitted.
      Host Club: Northwest Striders
      Contact: Eleanor Borgardts (253) 854-5263

      9/24/2011
      City / State: Kirkland, WA
      Event Name: Sculpture Walk - Interlaken 25 Year Celebration
      Event Type: Walk
      Event ID: 89454
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 6K/10K - 1
      Description: Explore Kirkland Sculptures and Northwest College while
      celebrating 25 Years for Interlaken Trailblazers Volkssport Club ESVA
      Challenges: Art, Landscape,Towns
      Amenities: Strollers: hard | Wheelchairs: hard | Pets: Yes |
      Restrooms: Yes
      Special Classifications: America's Gardens, Artistic Heritage,
      Firehouses, Historic Churches, Veteran Memorials
      Start Times: 9:00AM-12:00PM Finish by 3:00PM
      Location: Carillon Point, Kirkland, WA
      Start Point / Driving Directions: 5000 Carillon Point, Kirkland, WA.
      Take 405 Northbound/Southbound to State Route 520 West, Exit #14. Stay
      in the right lane and exit at 108th Ave. NE (first exit). Turn right,
      proceed 1/2 block. Turn left on Northup and follow it to Lake Washington
      Blvd. Turn right (north) and proceed one mile north on Lake Washington
      Blvd. to traffic light at the intersection of Lake Washington Blvd. and
      Lakeview Drive. Carillon Point is on your left.
      Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
      Comments: 6K should be fine for strollers and wheelchairs. 10K route
      will have hills.
      6K rating is 1. 10K is rating is 3,
      Host Club: Interlaken Trailblazers Volkssport Club
      Contact: Stan Wolf (425) 827-7018
      Website: www.interlakentrailblazers.org/kirkland-sculptures-walk.html
      E-Mail Contact: seagullsb1@...

      9/24/2011 - 9/25/2011
      City / State: Prosser, WA
      Event Name:
      Event Type: Walk
      Event ID: 89575
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 5K and 10K - 1
      Description: Harvest Festival is held in conjunction with the
      Prosser Hot Air Ballons event. Vendors and local merchants in the heart
      of downtown Prosser present products, services and excellent food. Many
      wineries and tasting rooms are located along the 10K route. Parts of
      route are on road shoulders.
      Amenities: Strollers: medium | Wheelchairs: medium | Pets: Yes |
      Restrooms: Yes
      Special Classifications: This event doesn't have any special
      classifications assigned.
      Start Times: 6:00 a.m. to 12 Noon, finish by 3:00 p.m.
      Location: Prosser Airport - on Nunn Road
      Start Point / Driving Directions: From I-82, take Exit 80 (Gap Road)
      and turn south towards City of Prosser. Proceed approximately one mile
      and turn right on Nunn Road (Chuk-ar Cherries on right-hand corner.)
      Proceed one-half mile to entrance into parking lot at airport. Look for
      volkswalk signs.
      Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
      Comments:
      Host Club: Yakima Valley Sun Striders
      Contact: Millie Haupt (509) 965-4980
      Website: No Website Listed
      E-Mail Contact: m.haupt@...

      9/25/2011
      City / State: DuPont, WA
      Event Name: Ft Nisqually 1843 Site Celebration
      Event Type: Walk
      Event ID: 89753
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 5km(2)/10km(2+) - 2+
      Description: Evergreen Wanderers has received permission to walk
      through the grounds of the former DuPont Explosives Plant. The walk
      passes three historic sites; a cemetery used to bury Native Americans
      and early settlers in the 1830's and 40's, the original Ft. Nisqually
      site, built by Hudson's Bay Co. in 1833 and the Wilkes Observatory,
      where activity on Puget Sound was observed in the 1840s. The 5km trail
      goes as far as the 1833 Ft Nisqually site and returns. It is mostly
      level ground of gravel and sand. 10km trail continues to Wilkes
      Observatory and follows Puget Sound on a bluff above the water with
      views of islands and the Nisqually Delta. This trail is rated 2+ due to
      one short, substantial hill.
      Amenities: Strollers: hard | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: Yes |
      Restrooms: Yes
      Special Classifications: This event doesn't have any special
      classifications assigned.
      Start Times: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Finish by 4 p.m.
      Location: Fort Nisqually Site. Civic Drive and Center Drive. DuPont,
      WA 98327
      Start Point / Driving Directions: Exit 118 off of 1-5. Follow Center
      Drive approximately 1 mile to Civic Drive. Turn Left onto Civic Drive
      and Right into asphalt park lot. Follow arrows crossing Center drive to
      Start/Finish at the Ft. Nisqually site.
      Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
      Comments: Come join the DuPont Historical Society for many
      festivities, includng a Nisqually Tribe Salmon Bake, blacksmith and
      stone cutting demonstrations, Native American dancers and much more.
      Host Club: Evergreen Wanderers
      Contact: Jerry Williams (253) 320-8600
      Website: www.evergreenwanderers.homestead.com
      E-Mail Contact: j.williams1327@...

      10/2/11 Great Columbia Crossing
      Brochure:
      http://www.walkoregon.org/GCCPMBrochure.pdf

      10/9/11: Portland Marathon
      Brochure:
      http://www.walkoregon.org/GCCPMBrochure.pdf

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    • Wendy Bumgardner
      8/31/2013 City / State: Seattle, WA Event Name: Celebrate Labor Day on Capitol Hill Event Type: Walk Event ID: 93274 Distance - Trail Ratings:
      Message 2 of 7 , Aug 30, 2013
        8/31/2013
        City / State: Seattle, WA
        Event Name: Celebrate Labor Day on Capitol Hill
        Event Type: Walk
        Event ID: 93274
        Distance - Trail Ratings: 5/10K - 1A
        Description: In the Middle Ages society was divided into those who
        prayed (Orare), those who fought (Pugnare), and those who worked
        (Laborare). In honor of Labor day we will substitute walking (Ambulare)
        for the fighting as we walk Capitol Hill and pass by the churches of
        many denominations that distinguish the hilltop. The route is paved and
        generally flat. There will be an award patch depicting the Chapel of St
        Ignatius on the campus; award and credit will be $9. Credit walkers $3;
        free walkers must register and carry a start card.
        Amenities: Strollers: hard | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: Yes |
        Restrooms: Yes
        Special Programs: Bakeries Family Owned, Celebrating Golden Cinemas,
        Fraternal Organization, Rainbow Color-Named Places
        Start Times: 9-12; finish by 3
        Location: Lower Mall (800 block of 11th Avenue), Seattle University,
        Seattle, WA 98122
        Start Point / Driving Directions: Lower Mall (800 block of 11th
        Avenue) on the campus of Seattle University.
        I-5 S'bound take exit 165A to James; turn left onto James. I-5 N'bound
        take exit 164A to James; turn right onto James. Drive up the hill and
        move to left lane. At Broadway turn left onto Broadway and drive two
        blocks north to Columbia Street. Turn right and then immediate left into
        the Seattle University Broadway Garage. Parking is free. After parking
        exit the garage to the north and walk down the stairs and hill to the
        start point on the University's lower mall near the University Services
        Building at 800 11th Avenue. Bus: Metro # 2 or 12. Exit trolley just
        past 11th & Madison; walk back to 11th and turn right onto campus.
        Follow the mall for 2 blocks to the start/ finish area.
        Awards & Fees: A Award
        Comments: Leashed pets okay but not in buildings; scoop laws of course.
        Host Club: Emerald City Wanderers
        Contact: David W. Madsen (206) 789-1960
        Website: www.walkingwithecw.org
        E-Mail Contact: dmadsen@...

        Shoreline YRE Move: Shoreline Haggens Pharmacy and Food store is
        closing. Moving the YRE box for walk #Y1390 effective 8/15/13.
        New location: Walgreens, 17524 Aurora Ave. N.,Shoreline, WA 98133
        I-5 exit #176 /N 175th, northbound Left, southbound Right, onto 175th.
        Right on Midvale Ave. Left to Walgreens parking lot.

        Edmonds Meadowdale Beach YRE Y396 had to be moved due to construction.
        New location 7500 196th SW Edmonds QFC store. New route and new name
        Five Parks.
        The other YRE Y1913 from Edmonds Harbor Square Athletic Club remains at
        the same location.

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        9/7/2013
        City / State: Camas, WA
        Event Name: Three Lakes Walk
        Event Type: Walk
        Event ID: 95298
        Distance - Trail Ratings: 5 km / 11 km - 2B
        Description: Hilltop and lakeside neighborhoods connect forested
        parks on nature paths and some rough trails along the shores of Lacamas
        and Round Lakes, and above Fallen Leaf Lake, part of Camas newest park.
        A rocky, tree-rooted forest path downhill from above Fallen Leaf Lake
        offers beautiful views of this little-known gem through the forested
        canopy. The 5 km route is rated 1B and includes smoother paths near and
        along all the lakes. Strollers are okay for the 5 km route only, and may
        have difficulty across the narrow Round Lake Dam and fish wheel.
        Amenities: Strollers: medium | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: Yes |
        Restrooms: Yes
        Special Programs: Rainbow Color-Named Places, Walking America's
        Trails, WPA Works Projects Administration
        Start Times: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.; finish by 4 p.m.
        Location: Lacamas Lake Park, 3344 NE Everett Street, Overflow
        parking lot
        Start Point / Driving Directions: 3344 NE Everett Street, overflow
        parking lot. From I-5 or I-205, take SR-14 East, then Exit 10 (SE 192nd
        Avenue). LEFT at end of ramp and drive 2.6 miles to SE 1st Street
        (Camas). RIGHT on 1st, which soon becomes NW Lake Road, for 4 miles.
        LEFT on NE Everett Street. Pass main parking lot of Lacamas Lake Park
        and turn RIGHT on NE 35th Avenue. One short block to the parks overflow
        parking lot on the LEFT. Volkswalk signs will be posted.
        Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
        Comments: Hiking shoes and poles may be helpful on the rough trail,
        which is about 1.5 km long midway through the 11km route.
        Host Club: All Weather Walkers
        Contact: Jan Breneman (360) 835-9686
        Website: www.allweatherwalkers.org
        E-Mail Contact: breneman@...

        9/7/2013
        City / State: Mead, WA
        Event Name: Mt. Spokane State Park Walk
        Event Type: Walk
        Event ID: 95950
        Distance - Trail Ratings: 5k 10k 15k - 3C
        Description: The walk will consist of three 5 K loops. Any two of
        the loops can be walked for the 10 K option, and any of the loops can be
        walked for the 5 K option.
        Amenities: Strollers: NO | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: Yes
        Special Programs: This event doesn't have any special Programs assigned.
        Start Times: 8:00 am - Noon
        Location: Selkirk Lodge, Mt. Spokane State Park
        Start Point / Driving Directions: From I90 take the US 2/US 395 exit
        and proceed north. At the Y stay right on US 2. Follow US 2 to WSH 206
        (Traffic Signal). Turn right and drive to Mt. Spokane State Park. The
        entrance to Mt. Spokane State Park is at the end of Washingon State
        Route 206. In the park the road becomes Mt. Spokane Park Drive. Follow
        the road until you reach Selkirk Lodge.
        Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
        Comments: Washington State Discover Pass or day use permit required
        for entrance into the park. Weather conditions could alter the rating.
        Mt. Spokane State Park is the largest park owned by the Washington State
        Parks.
        Host Club: Lilac City Volkssport Assn.
        Contact: Sue Lecoe (509) 710-8641
        Website: lilaccityvolks.com
        E-Mail Contact: sue7011@...

        9/18/2013
        City / State: Tacoma, WA
        Event Name: Tacoma Nature Center Snake Lake Guided Walk
        Event Type: Walk
        Event ID: 96184
        Distance - Trail Ratings: 10km/5km - 1B
        Description: Walk on dirt trails throughout Tacoma Nature Center
        around Snake Lake and partially paved trails in Delong and Franklin
        Parks. The remainder of the walk is on sidewalks and road shoulder
        through residential and business areas. Credit only is $3.00. Free
        participants are welcome, but all must register, carry and return a
        start card.
        Amenities: Strollers: NO | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: | Restrooms: Yes
        Special Programs: Bakeries Family Owned, Baseball Walks
        Start Times: Guided Walk Start: 9:30a.m.
        Location: Tacoma Nature Center/Snake Lake
        Start Point / Driving Directions: 1919 S. Tyler St, Tacoma, WA. I-5:
        Exit 132 (SR 16). Take Exit 1B (Union Ave) on SR 16. RIGHT on Union Ave
        to S. 19th St. LEFT on S. 19th to S. Tyler St. LEFT on S. Tyler St.
        Entrance to Tacoma Nature Center is on LEFT. Vehicle parking at Nature
        Center may be limited due to other activities, at the Center. Additional
        parking is available across So Tyler St at Heidelberg - Davis Park.
        Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
        Comments: This is a Guided Walk. The walks starts promply at 9:30a.m.
        PETS ARE NOT PERMITTED IN THE NATURE CENTER.
        Host Club: Evergreen Wanderers
        Contact: Chuck Layton (253) 851-8756
        Website: evergreenwanderers.homestead.com
        E-Mail Contact: celayt@...

        9/28/2013
        City / State: Issaquah, WA
        Event Name: Autumn in Issaquah Highlands
        Event Type: Walk
        Event ID: 95768
        Distance - Trail Ratings: 6K/10K/14K - 2B
        Description: Enjoy early fall in the Highlands. We will start our
        walk at the picnic shelter in Central Park in the Issaquah Highlands.
        Beautiful walk on trails and sidewalks through the villages and parks of
        the Highlands. Grand views along the walk. Surface paved for about 2/3.
        Soft groomed trail for 1/3.
        Amenities: Strollers: NO | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: Yes
        Special Programs: This event doesn't have any special Programs assigned.
        Start Times: 9:00am-12:00pm finish by 3:00pm
        Location: Issaquah Highlands Central Park
        Start Point / Driving Directions: 1907 NE Park Drive, Issaquah, WA
        From I-90 Eastbound take exit 18. Keep left at the fork to merge to
        Highlands Dr NE. Right on NE Federal Dr. Keep right at the fork to NE
        Park Dr. Turn right into Central Park. Right at College Way down the
        hill to the parking lot of Grand View School. After parking walk up the
        hill and cross Park Dr. RIGHT then LEFT to Picnic Shelter for walk
        start. There is very limited parking in the lot adjacent to the Picnic
        Shelter
        Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
        Comments:
        Host Club: Interlaken Trailblazers Volkssport Club
        Contact: Sharon Moats (425) 235-0528
        Website: www.interlakentrailblazers.org
        E-Mail Contact: atthepond3@...

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