Walk With Walker Returns To Northland
Spreading The Message Of Health And Fitness In A Nature Trail Walk With The Public
CABLE, Wis. — The “Walk with Walker” campaign is once again in the Northland. It’s goal is to spread the message of health and fitness throughout the state. For the 61st time, many people walked along side First Lady Tonette Walker Wednesday morning. The walk took place on the North Country Trail, which is the longest in the nation. They walked a little over a mile and overlooked the Chequamegon Forest in Cable, Wisconsin.
The fall colors were near peak and Mrs. Walker was enthused, “I was so excited to get up here and see the changing leaves. We don’t have that yet in the south.”
This event not only helps to promote state trails and fitness, but she said this nature walk is “for her to get to know and connect with the community.”
“I do tell Scott some of the things they have to say and especially when they have concerns, but it really is just about getting to know each other.” explained Mrs. Walker.
Anyone was welcome to join, including pets. If you missed it this time around, she does this walk four times a year throughout various locations in Wisconsin.