We joined the Tarrant County Walkers for a volksmarch today. It started at the Arlington Visitors Center near the Ballpark. We walked thru parks and around Cowboy Stadium. The volksmarch route ended at the Christkindl Market were we had the opportunity to enjoy German food, entertainment and shopping. Entrance to the Christkindl Market was free.

Christkindl Market Volksmarch
Arlington, TX

Walk Registration Volunteers

Walk Start Volunteers.

Fountain in the pond next to the visitor’s center.

Volksmarching silhouettes.

Baseball design in the path next to Texas Stadium.

Starting out on trail in Richard Greene Park.

Texas Stadium across the lake.

One of the Caelum Moore sculptures.

Heidi, Helen, Bruce, Carol, Ed and Gary posed for a photo op with Cowbow Stadium.

Checkpoint volunteer.

Baseball atop the Walmart.

There are footballs up there too.

Water feature in front of Cowboy Stadium.

Heading out on trail along Johnson Creek.

Official name of the trail is “Dr. Robert N. Cluck Linear Park”.

Use your imagination and you can see a turtle on a log.

Another shot of the trail.

Short stop to talk to Jerry and Sonny.

Another view of the trail.

Back at Richard Greene Park with the sculptures.

Volksmarchers passing another sculpture.

Trail goes through this sculpture.

Information board about the sculptures and their creator, Norm Hines.

Volksmarcher framed by another sculpture.

Sculpture with a fountain.

Information on the man responsible for the lake.

Starting our tour of the Christkindl Market.

Phoenix Inlay booth.

My favorite inlay artwork.

Carol and a Nutcracker Soldier.

Sports ornaments.

Metal ornaments.

Carved Elk and Caribou Antlers.

Section of Artwork on Texas Stadium.

Another section.

Entrance to Texas Stadium.

Finish table volunteers.

People are still registering to walk.