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    Talking LSJC 4th of July Clayton Run

    Folks we are going to have another run to clayton Ok over the 4th of July holiday Dates for the run are Thursday July 3rd to Sunday July 6th.

    We will be running some easy trails, there have been some new ones cut, lots of medium and hard. This time there will also be an extreme group to try some of the newer trails on the backside of the mountain and some of the ones that have just been made.

    We will also be paying a visit to the Mr Frielings place and giving it a run. Green Acres, Southside, and Yanish will all be on the list of places to visit. If there are people who want to we can do a night run Friday or Saturday night.

    If there is enough interest we will have a cookout Saturday night...so sign up for food if you want to have one.

    I have included the usual list of camping and hotels.
    Trail Leader Briefing
    1. Absolutely no alcohol on the trails
    2. All passengers must have and use seatbelts at all times
    3. Is everyone familiar with putting your Jeep in 4X4 Low Range?
    4. Is everyone aired down to trail pressure?
    5. Has everyone got their sway bar disconnected?
    6. Does everyone have a working CB Radio? Our CB channel for the day will be channel ____. Please remember when you use the CB that we have women and children with us today.
    7. Does everyone have tow hooks?
    8. How many have winches? (Consider staggering those with winches among those without)
    9. Be sure to call on the CB if you get stuck and need assistance.
    10. I will be glad to spot you up any obstacle that you feel uncomfortable with. (discuss hand signals commonly used by spotters)
    11. Keep the Jeep behind you in sight at all times. Especially when we get to turns or forks in the trail.
    12. Does everyone have plenty of water, drinks, snacks?
    13. Does anyone have a first aid kit and knows first aid?
    14. Dress for the heat, be careful about getting to hot.
    15. Be alert outside your jeep.
    16, Watch your kids and pets.
    17. If you feel uncomfortable about an obstacle take the bypass.
    18. Be careful and have a good time today

    Pricing
    Yanish -Free
    Frielings $15 per day
    Green Acres $20 first day, $10 each day after
    Southside $15

    We will need trail guides for this so sign up if you want. if you know of any other clubs that might want to come along feel free to invite them.

    Sign Up Sheet

    Easy Trails
    Alan Hatcher (Hatch) Trail Leader
    Barry and Tere Reese (Treadlightly)
    John stachell (jostachell)
    Nevin and Tysun McKay (woodside)
    Bandy Chambers (Blackmudd4x4)
    Rubi007

    Medium Trails
    Shea and Jeremy Ross (Frog05)
    Steve Sprayberry (Zilla)
    J.R, Harrison (ExTankerGuy)
    Ron Keyes (Lone wolf)
    Michelle(Lil' Red)
    Paul Soccio (Only In A JeepXJ)
    Kyle Eartherly (RedRockIt)
    Alan Isrealow (mudjunkie)
    Ryan Clagett (RyansJeep98)
    Jim Kocerk (Mudman)


    Hard Trails

    Jessie King (BigYeep)
    Brad perry (loser)
    Ben English (BenE)
    Bill and Corrine Henson Friday July 4th
    Tom Norbury
    Glenn and Patty Edwards Friday only


    Extreme Trails (not for the faint of heart)
    Mike and Lenda Hill and the Buggys


    CLAYTON HOTELS/CAMPING
    Hotels/Motels
    In order of distance:

    A&A Motel 918-569-4101
    Downtown Clayton

    K-Country Lodge Number Unknown
    Downtown Clayton

    Sardis Inn Call A&A
    Downtown Clayton

    Shady Acre Motel

    Downtown Clayton

    Clayton Country Inn 918-569-4165
    3 miles south of Clayton

    Minnetonka Christain Camp 918-569-7856
    3 miles south of Clayton

    Gee's Cabins 918-569-7648
    About 5 miles north of Clayton proper - closer to Frieling's if going up there

    Sardis Lake Cabins 918-755-4585 About 5 miles north of Clayton - also closer to Frieling's The store next door is 918-569-4667

    Sportsman's Lodge 918-569-4751
    10 miles north of Clayton

    A-OK Motel 508-298-3394
    32 miles south of Clayton

    Kiamichi Inn 918-567-2243
    Lazy K Inn 918-567-2162

    Camping
    In order of distance:

    Clayton Country Inn 918-569-4165
    3 miles south of Clayton
    RV and tent with showers

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    Clayton Lake State Park 918-569-7981
    7 miles south of Clayton
    RV and tent with showers
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    Yanush Store 918-522-4353
    10 miles north of Clayton
    RV

    Trail Descriptions

    Green Acres Area
    Wet n Wild (5):As the name implies this trail starts off fast and furious in a creek and provides lots of excitement.

    Jeff's Ledges (5): Continues up the same creek where Wet n Wild leaves off and has several ledges.

    Fence Line (3): A sweet little trail with some off camber hills ending in a sandy creek.

    Black Sheep Blvd (X): Though the name implies it is a road, this is far from it. Only the strong will survive this one created by the Black Sheep!

    8-point (4): Hold on tight and keep your hands and feet in the vehicle at all times. This trail is very technical with severe off cambers...pucker up!

    Waterfall (4): A short trail up a couple of waterfalls, the action can be viewed from Walter's Mule Road.

    Green Mamba (5+): A thrilling ride through creeks reminiscent of Snake Pit, some say it is even better!

    Three Trail (4): A three trail rated a 4? Yes, this trail climbs up several fairly significant ledges on the way to the top of the mountain.

    Watk in the Park (5): It is recommended that you have a winch to run this trail, although the trail sign has a slightly different spelling.

    Cakewalk (5): The trail has two sections each of which provide some technical challenges.

    Walter's Mule Road (3): This is the main road through the new property that hooks up with the roads to the fire tower and caves.

    New Trail (2): This fairly mild trail follows an old fire access road

    Van Alstvne Jeeps in Action (5): Running from the top of the mountain through a creek at the bottom and back up, this trail has numerous off camber turns and lots of excitement. Trail may be Closed.

    Back Side Loop (3 or 4): Begins at the top of the
    mountain and goes to the bottom. A right at the Y begins a level 4 trail, a left begins a level 3 trail.

    Slim's Slope (X): Not for the weak of heart, this trail can start in the middle and it is tough, start from the bottom and it is nuts.

    Green Mamba Extension (X): A much more intense extension of the already difficult Green Mamba. Thrills are guaranteed.
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    Last edited by Glenn; 06-30-2008 at 01:59 PM.
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  3. #2
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    The Frog family will be there. Not sure about which trails...never been to Clayton before. What do you think Glenn? We'll be in the Frog.

    We're bringing the new RV and camping at Clayton Lake State Park.

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    Zilla will be there for this one for sure,medium trails.....Shea,the Frog will be good with medium trails..

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    JR is going to try and bring the TORC.....I am going to invite Billy and the Arkansas Crawlers to join us also.

    Shea yall should be good to go ro Medium, just make to sure check them out some before you commit, there are lots of rocks and ledges. Its more like Hot Springs than Gilmer.
    Glenn

    Red 1985 CJ7 the engine purrs like a po'd kitten, 1st flop Ingrids Revenge, everything held together, its done


    ''Life's tough ........ it's even tougher if you're stupid.'' -- John Wayne

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    Glenn, put me down for medium please...

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    Frog is at EOR getting her Chromolys on the front...woo hoo!

    Quote Originally Posted by zilla View Post
    Zilla will be there for this one for sure,medium trails.....Shea,the Frog will be good with medium trails..

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    Glenn I will be there, Hard trails again.

    There are a lot of fun trails at Green Acres, I ran them every day I was there last year.

    Started to run Yanish last year but it was all grown over so bad you had to ges at where the trail was at at times.
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    I'm in unless the YJ is under the knife (and it could very well be undergoing some transformations).

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    So Mr hatcher what can I put you down as a leader for? Yanish or Frielings on Friday?
    Glenn

    Red 1985 CJ7 the engine purrs like a po'd kitten, 1st flop Ingrids Revenge, everything held together, its done


    ''Life's tough ........ it's even tougher if you're stupid.'' -- John Wayne

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    I'am in for this one

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