The latest Madhatters club roster has been updated with our new members and latest changes. The roster is available in both PDF and XLS formats. Please let me know if you have changes for your entry (address, email, phones, rig picture, ham info, rig mods, etc).
Find the updated roster in the Madhatters web site’s Members section. Sign in using your Madhatter web site credentials. If you don’t remember your credentials then send Art or Darrel an email and one of us will get you setup.
Ok, done with the blog upgrade – working on getting email ‘reply to post/comments’ working so folks can just reply to blog posts reliably by email.
I’ll be updating the blog software tonite to fix a number of bugs and security issues.
Again l want to thank my my big buddy & wife for a great weekend at Rye Patch. Members ; D.D. & girls, Dale & Jean, Carol & I, past members Keith &Sheri Robb and Dale’s friends Jerry & Lila . 2nd run. Really had a great time. It was a little cold but nice. No boners that I saw. My wife got 48 geocaches on her birthday. As a sidebar when I got home I found out that I received the FOTR award for volunteer of the year which I share with my wife. Also our friends & past Madhatters , Jerry & Julie Reffner received the same award with a couple of other well deserving folks. Just a note folks you will be noticed when you help . I hope you all will be noticed in the future. As with the award the club gave us this year, we may have been the leaders but you guys made it happen, so this is your award and we want to thank everyone of you for your help.
Thank you all,
Craig & Carol Lemon
Tom had I known that jeeps could lay on their sides. I would have canceled my vacation to help you stay on all 4’s. But you convinced me only Broncos could do that. You being an engineer I thought you took physics. We are available to come get you if needed. The Jeep recovery vehicle is looking good and ready to roll ( on the tires )
Unfortunately, the lawsuit filed by various OHV groups against the Tahoe National Forest closure of 800+ miles of routes was decided in favor of the Forest Service:
Not sure whether there will be any further legal action at this point, but I’d guess it would require the help of deeper pockets like CORVA, Cal4, BRC, etc.