This challenge requires you to walk in a town or by a named geographical site on a walk route that contains the name of a bird or a beast (insects and fish also count!). Twenty-four (24) events required. Examples of cities would be Troutdale, OR; Eagle Point, OR; Swansboro, NC; Beavercreek, OH; Lone Wolf, OK. Examples of named geographic sites are Donkey Creek Park (Gig Harbor, WA), Blackbird Island (Leavenworth, WA), Iron Horse Trail (North Bend, WA), Eagle Creek Park (Indianapolis, IN). Named sites include lakes, parks, ponds, mountains, rivers, etc.
If an event passes by two qualifying geographical sites, you may imprint the stamp twice in the book (once for each site) if you walk the event twice. For example, the Cannon Beach year round event passes by Whale Park and Elk Park. So you could walk the Cannon Beach event twice and stamp your Birds and Beasts book twice, once for each qualifying location.
To participate in this challenge, obtain a record book by sending a check for $10 payable to the Columbia River Volkssport Club at this address:
Columbia River Volkssport Club
Attn: Birds & Beasts Challenge
11410 SE 90th Ave # 1511
Happy Valley, OR 97086-4604.
For questions or more information contact Ed Hainline @ 360-921-1909 or email@example.com Only 200 books will be sold.
The Columbia River Volkssport Club is sponsoring a club challenge called “Sticks and Stones." To meet the challenge, you must walk 10 volkswalks relating to sticks and 10 relating to stones. (Additional information on the form.)
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