PV4W Fall Fling 2019

Denis & Sandi Inman

I should have been more explicit in the announcement that we would be leaving the Smith’s parking lot on Saturday morning at 8:00 AM. Unfortunately, not everyone understood that meant 8:00 AM Pacific Standard Time and several folks decided to air down as some others were beginning the trail run. Oh well, we all eventually made it up Wheeler Pass Road to the Wheeler Wallace Cut-Off where the plan was to reassemble and air down. The group started out as about 18 rigs but we had several vehicles turn back with minor issues along the way.

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Pahrump Trunk-or-Treat 2019

Denis & Sandi Inman

The Pahrump Valley 4 Wheelers arriving in about 7 or 8 vehicles assembled in the parking lot at Phantom Fireworks to distribute candy in the Trunk-or-Treat event held at that location. Members passed out over a thousand pieces of candy, possibly closer to 2 thousand to the children and parents of our community that wanted to take part in a safe Halloween event.

Beatty Days Parade 2019

Denis & Sandi Inman

There was a rumor that 13 member vehicles were in attendance at the Beatty Days Parade. I believe a couple more showed up after that count, however, I could be wrong. The Pahrump Valley 4 Wheelers had an abundance of time to decorate our rigs before the parade got underway at 10:00 AM and we used a large portion of that time to catch up on the latest news and happenings for those participating in the event.

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Beatty VFW Poker Run 2019

Denis & Sandi Inman

Sandi and I met Brian and Jeremy at Mel’s for breakfast at about 7:00 AM. The Pahrump Valley 4 Wheelers, for various reasons, arrived at the Beatty VFW 5th Annual Bullfrog Historical Mining District Poker Run check-in and starting area at sporadic times throughout the morning, but we waited for Mike & Debbie to finally show up before eventually heading out onto the trail. We had a total of 8 Jeeps, mostly Wranglers, led by Paul & Gary in a Grand Cherokee. Sandi & I inhaled the next least amount of dust in the second position. Next was Brian then Mike & Patti in their Gladiator. Jeremy was in the 5th spot, then came Rick & Mary followed by Bill & Shirley. Mike & Debbie with their big beer flag brought up the rear.

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Kingston Wash

Denis & Sandi Inman

Following a short 6:55 AM Driver’s Meeting, 5 Jeep Wranglers headed South on Homestead from Lakeside Casino. The participating club members were me, Derek, Jim, Gary & Sherry and Ed & Mary Lou. Just past the brothels, we crossed the dry lake on Mesquite Valley Road. Jumping onto Old Spanish Trail Highway, the procession followed the paved road Southwest for about 5 miles and then got back onto Mesquite Valley Road where we aired down.

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