The walk started at a gas station and in a few steps I was by the Whole Foods store with this interesting mural.
The campus was busy for an Alumni Weekend was underway. This allowed me to have a peek into the chapel, something I've driven by many, many times but never have had the occasion to enter.
Next to it I found a segment of a torah.
Many people were seated at outdoor tables enjoyed coffee as I walked through the campus. Of course, I went looking for an old building.
More steps led to the "chapel."
Out of the campus the route led towards Mississippi River Boulevard. I went by the salon where I have my hair done.
At last I was at the Veterans' Monument.
Under my feet I found a sidewalk poem.
These are possible to create when a section of sidewalk has to be repaired.
I crossed the street and entered the campus for the University of St. Thomas.
All the building at St. Thomas are made from this cream sandstone. It is quite unusual to find a campus with every building constructed with the same building material.
And the best part of being here is that the end of the route and and my car were only about three blocks away. So I did it -- another 10K.