Well, we are here for the Jamboree and getting in some riding before it starts. If you are in the neighborhood, stop by The South 40 RV Park site #53 and have a cool one. If you want riding partners let us know, as we are always looking to go.
Bob & Betsy(FishNFanatic) - USN Aviation Ret'd '78 & LEO Ret'd '03 & "Oath Keeper Forever" '05 HR Endeavor 40PRQ, 400 Cummins-Pulling our '11 Silverado LT, Ex Cab 6.2L NHT 4x4, w/2010 Rzr or 09 Polaris snomobile in back. Where the wheels are stopped today
we are here also in our atvs in site 6. Likewise stop by. we have been here for 2 weeks working on our 3rd. Riding has been great and am looking forward to the UTV event to see how they are run. We have done several ATV events and enjoyed the events and people we have met.
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Well, the Jamboree is over and most are headed for home today....We had a great time and the Jamboree was very well organized. Was nice to see so many machines in one spot with the vast majority playing by the rules and enjoying the occasion. For those that don't know, there are 6 consecutive weeks of ATV/UTV Jamborees in Utah, so one can pick and chose or if up for it, attend all, as some are doing.
Utah seems to us to be the most ATV/UTV friendly state. This will be my eleventh Richfield jamboree but we've heard great things about all their jamborees. And 3000+ miles of well mapped and maintained trails is hard to beat. Also great guides and attitudes from the locals with some cities you can ride your ''wheeler'' as they call them pretty much anywhere, what more can you ask for?
Hi Bob/Betsy, I couldn't get internet access while I was there or I would have surely came to see you. I was also parked at South Forty. I agree, the Jamboree was a great time with lots of great people.
While the trails were awesome, winning the 800+ cc stock class made my weekend as it made me feel like I was 30 years younger. Regardless, the scenery around Marysvale is awesome. Lots of trails with lots to see and enjoy. Hope to see you next year.
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Hi Bob... (and Betsy)... REALLY wish we were there...
But stuff happens. Maybe next year...
Have a wonderful time
As Kris said, wished we were there, but had to miss it this year
This year should have been better with no fire, but snow must have impacted the trails some?
The only trail that was impacted was the 123 off the 1 on the west side. They were trying to get it open, but didn't make it for the Jamboree. They did get it open for those that stayed over and rode Sunday....LOL.
Great event-we did not ride but helped out withe event and did spend three weeks here riding and recovering from wiping out at St. Anthony Sand Dunes. Headed for Kings Creek Campground(near Bryce) for another week of riding, then to Coral Pink Sand Dunes, Moab for the Labor Day Jeep Safari, then to Silverton.
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