Harrison Pass & Ruby Valley

By Denis & Sandi Inman

It was the final day of the PV4W Elko Club Run and we were on our own, no more help from the Ruby Mountain Rebels. After our 7:00 AM Driver’s Meeting, 4 Jeep Wranglers drove through Elko and on to Spring Creek via the Lamoille Highway. At the 227, our group turned South. The Thursday expedition consisted of me & Sandi, Vic & Janice, Sel & Pam and Rick & Mary. Highway 227 becomes County Road 718 and eventually Harrison Pass Road.

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PV4W Wallace Canyon, Plateau & Wheeler Pass Run

By Denis & Sandi Inman

Maybe the delayed start of 7:00 AM was the reason for the light turnout, but our group was back in Pahrump by 1:30, so we weren’t out too late. I guess we could try a 6:00 AM start for for the next run to see if we get more people wanting to get up into the mountains before it begins to get hot. Our exploration team consisted of myself in our JKU, Lloyd & Sharon in their YJ and Mike & Patty riding in the tail gunner spot in their Rubicon Gladiator.

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Ruby Mountain Rebels at Elko parade

By Denis & Sandi Inman

The original plan was to travel to Elko on Sunday and begin pre-running trails for the Pahrump Valley 4 Wheelers club run on Monday. At the last minute, I received an invitation from the Ruby Mountain Rebels 4×4 club to participate with them in the Elko National Basque Festival Parade. It was an easy 7 hour drive and I arrived at 9:15 AM just as the various parade entries were finding their places in the very well organized staging area. The good news is that throwing candy at the spectators is permitted in Elko. The bad news is I didn’t bring any candy to use for assaulting the onlookers.

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Pahrump Valley 4 Wheelers at the Pahrump, Nevada 4th of July parade

Pahrump club on parade

By Denis & Sandi Inman

Someone counted 19 Pahrump Valley 4 Wheeler rigs that showed up to celebrate our independence from England in the 4th of July Parade. We were easily the longest entry with the most vehicles of any participant. The weather was nice and there was a slight breeze. All the people lining both sides of Calvada seemed to be enjoying the procession, however they were clumped up mostly in areas where there was shade.

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Echo Canyon Trail Ride

By Denis & Sandi Inman

From our 6:50 AM Driver’s Meeting at the Horizon Market at Bell Vista and Leslie, we traveled West on Bell Vista to Death Valley Junction. After a short jog North on the 127, the octet of Jeeps turned West on the 190 and followed it to the Entry Fee Station. Continuing West, our group of explorers aired down at Zabriskie Point.

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