Post by bchutchens on Jul 19, 2011 15:03:15 GMT -8
Just got this off WARNS web site-
As you know, it's important to respect the land when we take our vehicles off road. If we don't, it can lead to more trail closures and fewer places to take our vehicles off the highway.
In this video, Mona Drake, of Deschutes County 4-Wheelers, shares some info about another way to keep our trails clean: spill kits. These simple, effective kits can contain items, such diapers, cat litter, bags, buckets, etc., allowing you to clean up liquid messes your vehicle might spill when on the trails. They're a great idea and something you should have in your vehicle when off the pavement. As Mona mentions in the video, it's another way to keep our trails clean, and protect access to our trails. www.warn.com/blog/2011/07/19/land_use_ohv_spill_kits.shtml
ExCabSwap: The wind there looks horrible... Still worth it haha
Feb 1, 2016 18:43:45 GMT -8
ExCabSwap: Finishing up the fuel tank... Hope to see you all Tuesday in my extended cab!
Feb 6, 2016 1:43:36 GMT -8
poorboy: Can somebody give me the official rules for the Cowbell please?
May 8, 2016 15:26:47 GMT -8
Wyldman: The Cowbell... If you are a club member and you're on one of our wheelin' trips. If you get stuck on an obstacle and have to be pulled out by your winch or someone elses winch/strap. You earn the Cowbell.
May 9, 2016 15:46:03 GMT -8
poorboy: Wyldman, I got to see the passing of the bell at the meeting and learned quite a bit about the tradition.
May 11, 2016 13:03:11 GMT -8
ljdude: Who has the cowbell?
Jul 20, 2016 23:45:14 GMT -8
petee: who has the cowbell
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