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Waterfall on Waco Riverwalk Waterfall on Waco Riverwalk (Photo by Eveline) Waco Riverwalk View of the riverwalk from the Suspension Bridge, looking south toward the Visitor's Center. (Photo by Eveline) Waco Riverwalk Ramp that lead from the hike/bike trail on the west side of the Brazos River up to the pedestrian bridge at Herring Street. (Photo by Eveline)
Section near I-35 bridge This is on the backside of Baylor Law School. (Photo by Eveline) Mallards along the riverwalk. People feed the ducks so we have lots of them along the riverwalk. (Photo by Eveline) View of the riverwalk People walking on the riverwalk. (Photo by Eveline)
New Baylor Stadium across the river from the Riverwalk We could see the progress during the walk. (Photo by Eveline) Bridge to Mclean Stadium The new bridge from the Riverwalk over to Mclean Stadium. (Photo by Eveline)

Log Entries

The bridge over to Mclean Stadium is complete
By Eveline on 9/6/2014
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Distance: 3.10 Miles Duration: N/A

Riverwalk is open again.  Bridge is finished.

Part of the Riverwalk Closed
By Eveline on 1/11/2014
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Distance: 3.10 Miles Duration: N/A

We had to walk around construction.  They are working on a bridge over to Mclean Stadium.

Doing the volksmarching event.
By Eveline on 8/28/2010
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Distance: 3.10 Miles Duration: N/A

Walking with friends.

We walked as part of a volksmarch
By Eveline on 1/3/2009
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Distance: 3.10 Miles Duration: N/A

Walk route was on the riverwalk one way and on city streets coming back.

Walked after a bout of flooding
By Eveline on 8/18/2007
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Distance: 6.20 Miles Duration: N/A

They had just reopened the riverwalk after the river receded enough they could scrape off the mud.

Hot
By Eveline on 7/15/2006
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Distance: 6.20 Miles Duration: N/A
Group Walk of Lake Brazos Riverwalk
By Eveline on 5/8/2006
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Distance: 3.10 Miles Duration: N/A
We walked from Indian Springs Park, over the Suspension Bridge and down the trail on the East Side of the Brazos river to the Pecan Bottoms and back.
Nice Trail
By Eveline on 4/23/2006
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Distance: 3.10 Miles Duration: N/A
We walked from Indian Springs Park, over the Suspension Bridge and down the trail on the East Side of the Brazos river to the Pecan Bottoms and back.
By Eveline on 11/5/2005
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Too hot and humid
By Eveline on 8/27/2005
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Distance: 3.70 Miles Duration: N/A

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