Just a couple edits and additions to my Walk Talk #14.
Great job NW Tulip Trekkers with the Whidbey Walking Festival!!!
1. There are now 4 days left for clubs to enter Year Round or Seasonal events for the Starting Point Book for 2019. So far our region has submitted 412 events for 2019 vs 425 in 2018, with 44 submitted as Per Participant Sanction Fee vs 50 in 2018. Those are both good numbers and reflect some thoughtful consideration on the part of your clubs. Thanks to everyone who has had a hand in preparing for a great year in 2019!
2. I've attached the previous instruction on how to edit your event stamp text. Please be sure to get that done in the next month or so for 2019 events. You can also edit Traditional Events and Guided Walks right after they have been approved to make the stamps more meaningful.
3. The note on Liz Rose's article didn't have an active link so hopefully the update below will work. There's a second link to Liz's portfolio of numerous travel articles that might excite you to look into some vacation spots she has written about.
Port Angeles Travel Article: Liz Rose, a Vancouver Volkssporter and gifted writer, was hired to write an article for the Port Angeles area at the same time as our Regional Conference. Enjoy this link, share it with your friends and seek out more of Liz’s articles, which often focus on walking and traveling in our area.
4. In recent conversations with a variety of Northwest walkers, I've tried to outline the benefits we all, credit and non-credit or free walkers, enjoy as members of local clubs and AVA. The best summary I've seen so far was prepared earlier this year and I've attached that as well for your review.