ON CLUB RUNS WE MONITOR C.B. CHANNEL 10 WITH CHANNEL 4 AS AN ALTERNATE.
ALL RUNS, EVENTS AND MEETINGS ARE ON ARIZONA TIME
UNLESS STATED OTHERWISE.
GUESTS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME ON RUNS AND AT CLUB MEETINGS.
NEXT MEETING SEPTEMBER 16, 2014 - 6:30 P.M.
MOHAVE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY - HANCOCK ROAD
Trip: Aug. 14--18. Dusy Ershim Famous California 4x4 Trail. This is not an "official" club run it is one of Mac's adventures.
Leave from AZ on Thurs. August 14th. If interested, we can caravan - call Mac. Thurs. evening we will camp at Courtright Reservoir
in the beautiful High Sierra. At the reservoir we will meet with some members of the 4x4 Marine Corps club out of San Diego. We plan
to roll out of camp at 8:00 a.m. Friday. Once on the trail we will travel 33 miles taking three to four days. You need to bring everything
necessary for camping four days, expect visits from bears. We'll be camping near a lake each evening. Altitude is up to 9500 feet.
It's very, very cold at night in the summer, be prepared.
Vehicle restrictions: 33s with at least one locker - better with 35s locked
front and rear, remember you're carrying a lot of extra weight. If anyone gets stuck it's better to winch than break. It's just too
remote to do anything you might regret. Toilet paper and a wag bag will be useful. There are outhouses at all the lakes.
Ruiz 928-230-2349 or 928-854-1435 - email@example.com.
Rated: California rates the Dusy as a 9 - 10. It would be rated a 4 -
4.5 by our standards. It's a long, rocky trail with many trees - no go-arounds.
Guests: Always welcome!
Website for Wag Bags: http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-a-wag-bag.htm.
NOTHING GOING ON----IF ANYTHING COMES UP JUNE THROUGH AUGUST WE'LL POST IT.
LOOKING FORWARD TO OUR WHEELING WEATHER THIS FALL.
SUMMER EVERYONE----STAY SAFE! [ED]
Meeting: Aug. 16, Sat. ASA4WDC Quarterly. Board meeting 10:00 a.m. Delegates meeting 1:30 p.m. at the Elk's Lodge in beautiful, cool
Flagstaff. 2101 N. San Francisco St. Phone 928-774-6271. Boxed lunches available or order off the menu for lunch. Some of us will
be taking campers, motor homes, ATVs, UTVs an/or Jeeps for playtime on Friday, Sunday and Monday - head for home Tuesday. We will
be dry camping at the Cinders. From Flagstaff take Hwy 89 north about 8 miles, turn right (east) on NF-776) where you will see a sign
that says: Cinders OHV Area. We will have blue signs with white B4W lettering and a bright orange arrow pointing the way to our campsite.
Phil and I will be going on Thursday to reserve spaces. Please inform us if you'll be coming so we can stake out an area.
Weekends tend to be popular. Strictly dry camping. Expect cold nights--40s.