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Unread 05-09-2012, 02:07 PM   #1
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Hi-Landers 41st Poker run

41st POKER RUN
June 16, 2012
Wentworth Springs, CA



The 41st Poker Run is scheduled for Father’s Day weekend in the Ice House, CA area with our Main Camp at South Fork camp ground.
The trail includes a portion of the Rubicon Trail.
The Hi-Landers are looking forward to an exciting celebration and event!
Send in your registration early as we have a limited number of spots available.

Hi-Landers Poker Run Regustration

Our event is a Poker Run style run where participants collect cards at check points on the trail. Back at camp the cards are opened and the highest hand wins. As part of our evening events we have our steak and chicken dinner with all the trimmings followed by our evening ceremony.


Our evening ceremony includes an awards presentation and celebration for our 41th year. Followed by our prize drawings for kids and adults the celebration continues with music and dancing and of course the famous Hi-Landers Whistle Dancers.
Plan on staying up late and celebrating our 41th Poker Run


A SAFETY INSPECTION ON YOUR VEHICLE IS REQUIRED IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE ON THE RUN.


Safety inspection occurs Friday night upon arrival until 10:30 PM.
Late arrival inspection is Saturday morning.

ALL VEHICLES MUST HAVE THE FOLLOWING SAFETY EQUIPMENT:
Minimum 31” Tires
Roll bar, except in vehicles with non-removable factory hard tops.
Parking Brake or Micro Lock.
Tow Strap, Rope or Chain
Fire extinguisher (check the gauge to make sure it is ready for use).
Jack capable of lifting vehicle.
Adequate attachment points at both front & rear of vehicle (hooks, receiver, etc)
Seat belts for each occupant.
Battery properly secured down (No bungee cords).
CB antenna not over 48” in length.
First Aid Kit.
Proper functioning exhaust system. Catalytic converters must have heat shields.

NOTE: TRAIL BOSS has the final say on individual safety requirements.
This Poker Run trail offers many challenges for our participants. Though we feel confident that most any 4 Wheel Drive vehicle can navigate through this challenging trail, we caution that there is a great possibility of vehicle damage. We will have spotters at all of the difficult areas on the trail to assist you, so that your trail ride is an enjoyable one.


On run day, the first vehicles lined up at the trailhead at 6:15 a.m. will be the first to leave on the run. Additional groups of vehicles will leave at 1-hour intervals thereafter. The last group will leave at 9:30 a.m. No vehicles will be allowed on the trail after 9:30 a.m.

LICENSED DRIVERS ONLY 18 YRS & OLDER!


After the Trail Run we have a whole Saturday evening of events planned. First there is a barbeque style dinner Following dinner is the awards ceremony, followed by the prize drawing. First up is the kids and then the big kids (adults) prize drawing. Finally the dance floor opens and our entertainment will keep you going till the wee hours of the morning. Don't miss our famous Whistle Dancers. They typically make their appearance an hour or two into the dance.
ALL REGISTRATIONS MUST BE IN BY MAY 26th, OR UNTIL RUN IS FULL (which ever comes first)
NO REFUNDS AFTER MAY 26th 2012.
The Hi-Landers 4 Wheel Drive Club reserves the right to refuse admittance to anyone.


The Poker Run Trail offers challenges to all our participants. We caution our participants that there is a possibility that there vehicle may sustain vehicle damage on this run.
We have spotters at all of the difficult areas on the trail to assist you.
We hope that your trail ride will be an enjoyable one.


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