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Mile-Hi Jeep Club of Colorado
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August, 2019

Thursday
1
Thursday
1
Thursday
1
Thursday
1
Atturo Tires Trip Staging Area
7:30 AM
Thursday
1
Buena Vista Rodeo Grounds - All-4-Fun Big Top
6:00 PM
Thursday
1
Buena Vista Rodeo Grounds - All-4-Fun Big Top
6:30 PM
Thursday
1
Buena Vista Rodeo Grounds - All-4-Fun Big Top
7:30 PM
Friday
2
Friday
2
Friday
2
Friday
2
Atturo Tires Trip Staging Area
7:30 AM
Friday
2
Buena Vista Rodeo Grounds - All-4-Fun Big Top
7:00 PM
Friday
2
Buena Vista Rodeo Grounds - All-4-Fun Big Top
7:30 PM
Saturday
3
Saturday
3
Saturday
3
Sunday
4
Monday
5
Monday
5
Westminster Elks Club
7:00 PM
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This is our months BOD meeting. Open to all patrol leaders and committee chairs.
Tuesday
6
Wednesday
7
Thursday
8
Friday
9
Saturday
10
Sunday
11
Monday
12
Tuesday
13
Wednesday
14
Thursday
15
Thursday
15
Westminster Elks Club
7:00 PM
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This is the monthly meeting that all of the MHJC Patrols and Committees get together to talk about their plans for the next month and what they did last month. This is the meeting you need to attend if you want more info about MHJC
Friday
16
Saturday
17
Saturday
17
Colorado Springs
8:00 AM
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Advanced Recovery Class with OnTrail Training
Sunday
18
Sunday
18
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Driving Skills Class with OnTrail Training
Sunday
18
East Portal to the Moffat tunnel
12:00 PM
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Rollins Pass Restoration Association will be hosting its annual picnic at the East Portal to the Moffat tunnel.

Feel free to bring a dessert to add to the fun, learn about the Rollins Pass and it current situation.

Mile Hi Jeep Club is a lifetime member of RPRA, so don‘t be shy
Monday
19
Tuesday
20
Wednesday
21
Thursday
22
Friday
23
Saturday
24
Saturday
24
Hill Daddy's Wildfire Restaurant
7:30 AM
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Patrol 4 is hosting a Greenhorn run to Cascade Creek.
Meet at Hill Daddy‘s Wildfire at 7:30am if you want breakfast. We will leave for the trail head between 8:30 9:00.
Sunday
25
Sunday
25
Meet point: Be ready to leave Marions of the Rockies, 2805 Colorado Blvd, Idaho Springs, CO 80452, a
9:30 AM
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MHJC Greenhorn Run of Kingston Peak
Hosted by Patrol 21
Sunday, August 25, 2019, 9:30amdeparture from Marion’s of the Rockies, Idaho Springs.
All members, prospective members, and guests welcome, but we must limit to 15 registrants at (give link to MHJC page)

About the trail: Kingston is rated as a 4. Its significant feature is rocky shelf roads within the alpine tundra. There will be one climb of a rock garden with rocks and ledges up to 12” high, but most have alternate lines or slanted faces. Stock 4x4 vehicles welcome, but it’s strongly recommended to have full skid plating, due to the rocky nature of this trail in the tundra. Front and rear tow points required.

This is a popular trail with lots of traffic. Participants will enjoy a beautiful overlook with excellent vistas, an enchanted forest, and a rock house at 12,000 feet. It’s said that bringing a rock to add to the Rock House can bring you good luck. Beware of Lomie, the monster of Loch Lemond. It’s a shorter 5 mile long trail that moves along, often finishing at 1-2pm.

Greenhorn runs are the perfect chance to learn more about operating your Jeep off-road. We can show you how to air down (and up!), share driving techniques to off-road safely, and give you a taste of wheeling in Colorado.

Meet point: Be ready to leave Marions of the Rockies, 2805 Colorado Blvd, Idaho Springs, CO 80452, at 9:30am. This means fueled up and ready to leave for the trail head. Many will be opting to arrive at Marion’s early for their excellent breakfast. If you want us to save you a seat or two, please let us know!

Trip Leader: April Fingerlos, aprilf@fingerlos.net
Monday
26
Tuesday
27
Wednesday
28
Thursday
29
Thursday
29
Teleconference
7:30 PM
Friday
30
Saturday
31
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