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May 25, 2012

Austin’s Full of Love for Walking, Biking and Skating

The Sierra Club's Lone Star Chapter went all out for National Bike Month last Sunday helping to shut down a two mile stretch of Sixth Street- one of Austin's biggest commercial and cross town streets- to car and truck traffic. Check out the chapters blog on this fun day of action where Texans walked, biked and skated showing their support for the many forms of pollution free transportation.

Love from the Texas Roller Derby ladies and Chris Riley!

Best friends walk together!

Serious love!

Central Austin Youth League All Star Sluggers

The Central Austin Youth League All Star Sluggers show their love for playing together (and their moms). These kids do everything with enthusiasm.

True love.

He came up all the way from San Antonio to ride with friends.

Walking is good for the heart and soul–yes!

That’s just a few of the pictures–see all the rest here. Thanks to everyone who came out to say hello and share the love!

-- Kari Banta, Texas Sierra Club


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