Havasu 4 Wheelers
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President’s Message October 2014

The summer monsoon season is over and has again modified your favorite trail.  Several of our members have been 'checking out' to confirm Mother Nature is having fun with some of your favorite obstacles.  

Over the last four years your club has been averaging over 115 runs from here to Moab.  At our last Trail Boss Meeting we already have 14 runs listed.  Trail Bosses have been helping our local BLM keep our trails open by monitoring trail conditions. Examples of monitoring are many but one is mine fencing where it keeps others safe.On our High Line Run, one mine shaft has been repaired more than four times the last few years because of Trail Boss Reports.  Hopefully we can encourage other clubs to work with our BLM as we work on our TMPs. We have had a long good working relationship with our local BLM.

Speaking of runs, we can always use more trail bosses. If you haven't lead a run yet, try it, there is no dust in the front.
Any of our existing trail bosses will be willing to help. Trail Boss Meetings schedule is on our web site. 

Our club activities continue with Cook's Night Out, Men's Breakfast and Ladies Luncheon.  So check our activities schedule on our web for dates and times when leaders post them.


Happy trails to you,
John Strong




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Havasu 4 Wheelers is Organized as a non-profit organization for the purpose of: 
  • Providing for the social, educational and recreational activities of its membership.
  • Participating in and supporting civic activities for the betterment of the community.
  • Enjoying and protecting the natural resources.
  • Supporting and promoting the multiple uses principle as applied to Public Land.

     

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