October 3rd, Saturday's walk is Custer Trails Trailhead at Deerfield Lake
BHVA members mark your calendars for the Fall Meeting date on October 17th at 9 a.m. at the Canyon Lake Senior Citizens Center.
The Custer Expedition camped on Castle Creek in 1874, at what would later become Deerfield. CCC started construction of Deerfield Dam until project was built in 1942 - 1946 by Civilian Public Services operated by Mennonite Central Committee to complete major irrigation project. Walk through open prairie and views of lake along beautiful trails around Deerfield Lake. Elevation at 6000 foot-both the 5K/10K have a 3C trail rating. There are restrooms and pets on a leash are welcome. Special programs for this event are: Animal Safari, Cities in Song, Doin' The Louisiana Purchase, Food For Thought, Lakes and Reservoirs, You'll Never Walk Alone. Custer Trails Trailhead is on the north shore of Deerfield Lake at the campground. Directions: Travel Deerfield Road (CR308) west from Hill City. Turn right on Rochford Road (FR 417). Turn right on road to campground and trailhead. The POC is Reta Thovson (605) 574-3278 or email email@example.com
Change in starting point for the Lead area seasonal walks.
The Englewood, City of Lead, and Kirk-Mickelson Trail seasonal walks have new starting point. Lynn's Dakotamart, which is behind Daktomart Gas at 103 Glendale Drive. Location is across the street from former Days Inn. The walk box is located past the shopping carts on the right.
Buffalo Beat pins are available at the 2015 traditional walks. The pins are $5 and match the logo on our 30th anniversary shirts. You can also look for them at the specialties tent at Crazy Horse.
This is what our 30th Anniversary Incentive patch looks like for 2015. Any 10 events in the BHVA Event book counts. There is a pdf of the incentive card on our incentive page that you can print off or look for incentive cards in any year round walk box. The incentive patch is something that anyone one can earn.
BHVA members can earn an additional incentive by completing any 10 events plus 10 different walks (a separate incentive card). This year, members can earn either a wind breaker or a club vest. After a visit to the incentive page
you still have questions then contact Diane Johannesen:
1- Call her at 307 283-1043 or 307 290-0746
2- Write her at Box 16, Sundance, WY 82729
3- Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Did you know?
If you are new to volkssporting and you would like to learn more about where and when other walks are held around the country, then click the word Events and search the state/s or type of events that you are looking for on the American Volkssport Association website. There is more that you can learn on the AVA website too. So be daring and give it a click!