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Red_Chili
09-23-2005, 04:27 PM
From: "Adam Mehlberg"

Sent: Thursday, September 22, 2005 10:12 PM

Subject: [Fwd: NPLD Sept 24th at Sol Vista]

> FYI.

>> Adam.

>> -------- Original Message --------

> Subject: NPLD Sept 24th at Sol Vista

> Date: Thu, 22 Sep 2005 21:02:09 -0600

> From: "Jim Mills" <jimmills@qwest.net>

> To: committees@cohvco.org, "go-4s" go4s@go4s.org

Free Breakfast,

> Free lunch,

> Free dinner,

> and most importantly,

> Free Fat Tire beer straight from the keg

>

> This Saturday September 24th is National Public Lands Day (Grand County event)

>Where:

> Sol Vista Ski Area (past Winter Park & Fraser & Tabernash, turn right

then 2.5 miles to the Sol Vista Basin Lodge)

> When:

Registration starts at 7:00am but we also need a few drivers to bring

pops/snacks out to each of the 5 sites at 11:00am

> Why:

COHVCO and CA4WDCI are listed as "Non-Profit Organizations helping"

and we always get good press for OHV's plus this year there is work at

a future 4WD trail (Wolford 4WD Technical Trail) that should open up

in 2006 on BLM land. Usually at least 30 or more USFS & BLM & NPS

employees in attendance.

> What: easy work driving out a cooler & box of food to a work site or

you can bring your gloves and pick a site to work at all day or after

dropping off food.



> Please call me or e-mail if you can make it. We need a few more

drivers and workers!

Jim Mills

Colorado Go 4's

COHVCO

303-932-9327

> jimmills@qwest.net <mailto:jimmills@qwest.net (jimmills@qwest.net)>

bh4rnnr
09-24-2005, 07:28 PM
Anybody go to this or know how it whent?? Think I would have gone just for the free Fat Tire :D

Uncle Ben
09-25-2005, 01:00 AM
Anybody go to this or know how it whent?? Think I would have gone just for the free Fat Tire :D

I really wanted to as our condo is right there at Mountainside. Too short of notice! :(

Red_Chili
09-26-2005, 08:46 AM
I hear ya. It was forwarded to me about 30 seconds before I posted it, meaning no notice at all. I woulda liked to have gone too. A new 4x4 trail! Not only that, but it would make a sweet destination for a trip starting on Jenny Creek, then over Boulder Wagon Road should we ever get that opened, thence on to the new trail...