|Saturday Fall Fling - Big Opportunity Ride at Big Lake|
|• This is the Big Opportunity Ride at Big Lake in the White Mountains of the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests. With the risk of sounding repetitive we will cover high elevation mountain views, flowing streams, lakes, grassy meadows, forest vegetation and a variety of wildlife, scenic beauty and breathtaking landscape. It has the most variety we could put into a ride. No one should be disappointed. We have a high likelihood of viewing some wild horses and elk. A Mexican Gray Wolf was spotted on this ride while he was stalking the herds in a field.|
• It has some rock climbing; however, the ride is considered an easier ride for most.
• It is a longer ride and will be determined in our pre-ride. That is why the necessity for the very early start time. Our goal is to be back with ample time for our evening events at the Fall Fling dinner at the camp.
• We may eventually decide to split into two groups if it has a large turnout. Otherwise we will alternate the two ride leaders because of the circumstances of this ride.
• Bring a snack or lunch to be enjoyed at the banks of the Black River. We recommend bringing a folding chair.
Date: Saturday, October 7, 2017
RV/Camping Staging Area (FR-409 Camping Site)
Leave Time: 8:00 AM (ride instructions 5 minutes prior)
Important: Please be available 5 minutes before this ride for instructions. It will not be possible to wait for those who are not present in their rides at the leave time.
Jerry and Edna Jasperson (Red/ 2016 Honda Pioneer)
Frank and Janet DeCesare (Yellow/ 2013 Kawasaki Teryx)
Write us if you have any questions. Our emails are in the members list on this website.
Contact: Jerry Jasperson or Janet DeCesare
|Time: 8:00 AM|
|Submitted by: frankde|
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