- Developing the walking/biking trails identified in West Liberty's comprehensive plan
- Getting West Liberty connected to the larger Hoover Nature Trail and connected to the trail system in Iowa City
Thursday, November 01, 2007
Friday, October 19, 2007
Thursday, October 18, 2007
One of the cool things about this exercise is how the route of the former rail line is still fairly evident, even in places where landowners have tried to wipe out any trace of it. If you have Google Earth, you can download my KMZ files, fly over the trail, and see exactly what I am talking about.
From The Press-Citizen:
The Hawkeye Hikers, an Iowa City-based affiliate of the American Volkssport Association, announced a new Volksmarch walk through West Branch. The 10-kilometer walking route begins in downtown West Branch and includes the Herbert Hoover National Historic Site. The route also travels through West Branch's historic commercial district, residential neighborhoods, through the town cemetery, past local churches and along part of the Herbert Hoover Nature Trail. Visitors to West Branch interested in walking the route may pick up directions and a map at Dewey's Jack and Jill grocery store at the corner of Main Street and First Street/Parkside Drive.
For information about Volkssport and Volksmarching, contact Cathy Johnson of the Hawkeye Hikers at 337-5989.
Thursday, May 31, 2007
- How about asking Johnson County to add a bike path to the Herbert Hoover Highway?
- How about connecting the trail from the high school to the Hoover Nature Trail, through the cemetery?