meetings and events
We are looking for sponsors to be on the poster and the t-shirts.

More information pending.
Friday through Monday morning
Gathering wood is prohibited in The Lost Forest and in the Wilderness Study Area that is Christmas Valley Sand Dunes. (Including the dead and dying in the campground areas.)
Please bring some firewood.
Saturday morning work party with the BLM (get to know the agency tasked to steward our motorized fun)
Saturday afternoon Region 6 Meeting Delegates and members and public invited.
Saturday Potluck hosted by 4RKF everyone is welcome.
Saturday evening run to hopefully catch Sundown.
Sunday Poker Styled Fun Run hosted by DC4W monies go to finance the Lake County 'Stop the Litter and the Vandalism' poster program.
Monday morning ride to the dunes to say bye for now, includes a cleanup of any trash or cans we meet.
541-419-9952 for questions
Location to be determined.
The runs will start Saturday about 9:00 am
If you aren't camping, try to be there by 8:30 am
Everyone is invited: Stock rigs welcome and modified too!
Let us know if you are coming out though.
Glass Buttes are on the south side of Hwy 20 on the way to Burns.
Just past highway mile marker 79.
The gravel pit we camp at is at the base of a large hill on the north side of Hwy 20.
Ribbons will be placed so keep your eyes open the turn off is just past the Buttes and on the opposite side of the road.
Bring fire wood and be ready. Bring warm camping gear and your family.
We will explore the old mining areas, obsidian flows, and maybe some state property north of the buttes.
This is a Saturday run and maybe Sunday a quick run before we go home.
quote: Glass Butte offers rockhounds a wide variety of gem quality obsidian.
Rainbow, black, pumpkin, mahogany, midnight lace, gold sheen, silver sheen, fire, and double flow varieties can all be found in the area.
While many rockhounds choose to dig for preferred material, plenty of obsidian is readily available for collection on the ground surface.
Location to be announced.

Meet up to get stuck in Edison's Class II snow-megaton.
Meet at the Edison Sno-Park staging area.
8:30 leaving at 9:00am
as always tow points front and back,
lockers preferred, good snow gripping tires,
recovery gear, no flip flops,
snow gear, your lunch, waters, and a great attitude.
Trails open at 9am,
Tri-tip dinner at 1pm.
Please bring a side dish or dessert.
Meeting to start after dinner.
Trails will re-open after meeting until dusk.
Camping Friday and Saturday available at Champagne Creek