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What a great turn out we had at the MORG in Hollister for March. Got me to thinking, would we like to try and expand the MORG?

Maybe for April you will have a choice of MORG locations? I would like to go up and see the Prairie City OHV renovations. Anyone interested in a Sacramento area day?

Lets start talking.

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Just an FYI. DV trip is that weekend may be low turnout.

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I'm willing. Is Carnegie still closed to trucks, motorcycles only?
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Just an FYI. DV trip is that weekend may be low turnout.


That's why I thought about it. Hollister would be low as well, and I want to get out and see what they are doing out there.

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Yes and no. They have a little truck area, which is fine for a few hours. Then there is Frank Raines on the other side by Patterson.

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I might be up for Prairie City or Frank Raines. Hollister has gotten a bit old :)

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wait carnegie has a truck area? i swear i've checked and it was 2 wheel only. i would be down for that as it is just up the road from me and we could BBQ/pool party at my place afterwards.

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Carnegie does have a 4x4 obstacle course...but really not good for more than an hour or two of entertainment.

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I did not know that Carnegie had a 4x4 obstacle course that vehicles could use - I thought it was motorcycle only.
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I did not know that Carnegie had a 4x4 obstacle course that vehicles could use - I thought it was motorcycle only.


sam is right, they do but not much there to keep you busy for very long unless you have a big rock crawler. even then...

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sam is right, they do but not much there to keep you busy for very long unless you have a big rock crawler. even then...


Ah ha, just the excuse I needed for buying 35s ....

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I'm interested in an April MORG...
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April approaches swiftly! Do we have a definite place we are going?
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Won't make it to the April MORG. A couple of friends and I are doing a trip to Bear Valley and do some snow camping that weekend.

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Let us know if Boards Crossing and Spicer Meadows gates are open, or stop by the Ranger Station and find out when for an alternate MORG gathering. Would be fun to be one of the first in for a day of fun!

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Hey Guys, I live a little less than 5miles away from Prairie City and would be willing to host a BBQ at my place afterwards or before we go out?

Let me know. If we plan on doing a Sacramento MORG I will attend 100%, any were else 50/50.

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Looks like Prairie City is out for April: Nor Cal Stampede is there Friday and Sat for the Rock Racing Championship series. Guess it is back to Hollister then for those of us not out in Death Valley, unless someone knows a local trail we can hit?

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And MORG IS OFF! Per the HHSVRA Website: The Upper Ranch will be closed from April 4th through 7th for the HHORA Wild Wabbit event. Additional information about the event is available on the HHORA website.

We can also talk about Frank Raines Off-Highway Vehicle Park, but I have never been there and don't know much about the trails except they are shared use with bikes/buggies/trucks.

So anyone have any good ideas, otherwise it is a chill at the house weekend.

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Well, there's still Carnagie, and if you are willing to make a little longer drive, Clay Pit. I haven't been to Clay pit on forever though. And I just found out about a place called La Grange Off Highway park. That's in Stanislaus County as well. Anyone know about that one?

Edited by Dean K., 01 April 2013 - 12:34 PM.

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And what about the BLM Knoxville Rec area? Supposed to be pretty big, and I've read a few good reviews.
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