Wheeler Well Work Party & Spring Fling

By Denis & Sandi Inman

The Pahrump Valley 4 Wheelers, as one of our contributions to the community, are the primary caretaker of the plumbing that feeds a wildlife watering trough from a couple of springs up the creek. We combined a work party to bury the plastic tubing inside some metal pipe in the highest traffic areas adjacent to the water tank with our annual Spring Fling. Paul & Gary approached Ahern Equipment Rental to see about getting a discount on a trencher, but the great people at Ahern generously offered to bring up a backhoe, hand tools, 150′ of pipe and laborers at no expense to our club.

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Tonopah Peavine Canyon

By Denis & Sandi Inman

Our Tuesday group of adventurers was down a couple of Jeeps from the previous days run. Rick & Mary had already indicated they could only do the Monday trail as they had a previous engagement on Tuesday. Jeremy had already helped me with pre-running all 3 groups of trails and did the Hot Creek run twice. I really appreciate all he did to assist with putting on the Tonopah Club Run. 

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Tonopah Club Run

By Denis & Sandi Inman

You may have heard of the famous Mizpah Hotel. Well, Sandi and I stayed at the motel right next to it.

Roughly a third of the group complained that a 7:00 AM start was too early, several that thought it was a good time and the balance couldn’t understand why we were starting so late. From the Driver’s Meeting, 5 Jeep Wrangler Unlimiteds (4 door) and a Toyota FJ headed South on Main Street to Highway 6 East. At Saulsbury Wash Rest area, we took our first break. There were bighorn sheep ewes and lambs gathered at Warm Springs, so we stopped again to look at them.

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Club participates in Wild West Extravaganza

By Denis & Sandi Inman

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The Pahrump Valley 4 Wheelers were invited to participate in the Wild West Extravaganza Parade that started and ended at Petrack Park in Pahrump. We had 10 Jeeps from the club ardently showing support for our community. The enthusiastic participants in a mixture of TJs, JKs, a JL and a Grand Cherokee were Mike & Debbie, Me & Sandi, Jeremy, Dave & Judy, Sel & Pam, Brian & Yvonne, Mike & his Retriever, John & Jackie with their Heeler, Gary & Nancy and Paul.

Amargosa Days 2019

Story & Photos by Denis & Sandi Inman, Pahrump Valley 4 Wheelers

With 6 vehicles, the Pahrump Valley 4 Wheelers contingent may have been the largest entry in the Amargosa Days Parade. The Fire Department was close, however one of their units dropped out after hitting the side of the station house door while exiting and destroying the track. It was one of the more exciting events. We can throw candy at this procession and it only takes a small bag to get from the start to the finish, even with two people tossing confectionery from both sides of the Jeep.

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