Friday, August 21, 2020

More Hike-a-thon adventures!

 Before I set off to work last week I was able to do 2 miles on the Alki Beach Trail at home, I started at Jack Block park and walked along the waterfront past the Ferry dock and Don Armeni Boat Ramp. 

The beach at Jack Block Park

Divers in the water

A line to get food at Marination Ma Kai

Lots of Kayaks and Stand Up Paddlers in the water

 On a nice layover in Denver, CO, I did 2 miles on the Cherry Creek Trail that runs right through downtown Denver 

While providing trail support for Ryan on Whidbey Island I hiked 2 miles on the trails in Dugualla State Park. 

I got 6 more miles under my belt and my sprained ankle is still healing quite well. I should be able to do more mileage this last week of hike-a-thon. 

Thank you so much to my friends and family who sent support this week:  Wendy, Jennifer, Marianne, Betsy, Holly, Chris, Judy and Cecilia

Please consider making a donation to my WTA hike-a-thon. Any amount from $1 to $100 is welcome. In fact $5 is a very popular amount right now, just donate the cost of that Starbucks coffee! 

You can click on this link to go to my WTA fundraiser page

or you can send me a check (made out to WTA (Washington Trails Association) or just a dollar in the mail would be very welcome.

to: Amanda Arkebauer PO Box 16131 Seattle, WA  98116

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