We have some great pictures from the walk in Kyle on Sunday, June 12th. It was hosted by the Kyle-AMVETS Walkers club. Most of these pictures were taken by Martin Callahan, and the last one was taken by Charley Watt, Jr. We thank them for sharing!
The picture above shows the Kyle Railroad Depot & Heritage Center. The railroad depot played an important role in the development of Kyle in the 1880’s. The next picture shows Charley W. (left) and JohnDavid G. by an antique railroad cart on display at the center.
Below is Charley W. on the back of an old caboose by the depot.
Kerman Hammond, shown below, is the commander of the Central Texas American Veterans (AMVETS Post TX115). He is also the president of the Kyle-AMVETS Walkers, the walking club that hosted this walk. In this picture, he is holding his walking stick with cane shields and is standing by a display of volkssport medals that he earned while he was stationed in Germany in the military.
Next are a few pictures of walkers on the trail. It was a hot day, so it was good that they started early! Below are Audrey V. (left) and Suzanne M.
Next are, left to right, Pat G., Darlene O. and Ellen O.
Below is a cool sculpture, “Butterfly Pie in the Sky,” by LaPaso, with Charley W. in the background also snapping a picture of it.
In the picture below, Martin C. is standing by the sign for the AMVETS Post. This was the Start/Finish for the walk.
Mike and Kathy S. are in the next picture. They had just finished the walk.
The last picture was taken by Charley Watt, Jr. at the Finish table. Left to right are Stephanie K., JohnDavid G. and Carol O.
We enjoyed participating in this first walk hosted by the new Kyle-AMVETS walking club!