Piglet fest at Yucca Valley



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  • BWB63

Posted October 07, 2003 - 05:46 PM

#1

Piglet Fest at Yucca Valley, will be October thirty-first till November secound. Show up any time. Bring your camping stuff, food, water and don't forget the bike. It's not a pig fest because the little ones will be there. Wife and kids are the focus (BRP riders sneek off for long peroids of time though)


--- N34.16492
--- W116.20945 for you guys with a GPS

From I-10 turn (North) onto SR-62 [Twentynine Palms Hwy] 32 mile to
Sunfair Rd, Joshua Tree, CA 92252, turn LEFT (North) onto Sunfair Rd
[Coyote Valley Rd] Turn RIGHT (East) onto Broadway St 1.7 mi Coyote
dry lake bed. You will see us red and white bikes everywhere!

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  • BWB63

Posted October 11, 2003 - 09:32 AM

#2

What a blast the Piglet Fest Pre-Run was! It was nice to see and try-out different setups. The Yucca Valley Piglet Fest will be November First and Secound. You can come on the Thirty-First. We had over Thirty eight bikes at the pre-run. We will have port-a-potties there and easy ups. --- It's and camping thing
>.> --- N34.16492
> > --- W116.20945 for you guys with a GPS
> > From I-10 turn (North) onto SR-62 [Twentynine Palms Hwy] 32 mile
to
> > Sunfair Rd, Joshua Tree, CA 92252, turn LEFT (North) onto Sunfair
> Rd
> > [Coyote Valley Rd] Turn RIGHT (East) onto Broadway St 1.7 mi
Coyote
> > dry lake bed. You will see us red and white bikes everywhere!

  • BWB63

Posted October 17, 2003 - 08:33 PM

#3

Can anyone that is planning on coming out on Friday night (October
31) to the Piglet Fest at Yucca Valley with Kids let me know? I have
about 500# (that's five hundred pounds) of candy. I am going to give
most of it to a couple of Churches for the game nights) and need to
know how much we need in camp. There is a Yucca Valley Church that
Mr. Lewis goes to that is having one of those get togethers that
night. How many would like to go there and then play games with the
kids at camp for prizes? I have a hundered glow sticks (I will get
more if we need them) for the kids and some large Hershey bars for
prizes. If the games are to dorky for the kids thay can make up their
own, I'm not big on rules) If anyone else has some stuff for prizes
bring it. The kids on some of our other outing loved playing light
stick (horse) shoes in the dark, along with light stick (egg) toss,
and light stick tag. These games are a lot harder then they sound in
the dark. Mr. Lewis is having two port-a-potties dropped of for $125
for the weekend. (if anyone would like to pitch in I dont think he
would stop you) He has already dropped off a lot of wood (at a house
near by)for the giant fire he has planned. Also if anyone would like
to help setup Friday let us know. We are going to put up a 200' tarp
wall to keep the dust out of camp. Don't ask but, it will be there.
This should be a great time to set memories that will last forever.
My phone number is (909)845-0083 borynack@h... If enyone has
some input of what can be added, come on don't hold back. Then it
will be ride till you drop (or fall asleep in a chair, like some of
the kids did last time). for the next two days and sweat times aroud
the fire at night (and more games). The guy's on there BRP's never
get a rest. Non-stop till you drop was the last outting. (except for
the flat tires we had to change 4) Those moon rocks can be bruttel.
After checking the bikes I found how much those disk brake savers do
there job. Lewis has some long rides for the BRP's We can have gas at
his pad. Threw Morongo Valley down to DHS threw the canyons, up and
over camel back. Not for the faint at heart. There will be lots of
easy rides also.





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