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post #541 of 546 (permalink) Old 01-10-2017, 06:27 AM
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MUDSTOCK is coming up, should be a good time. Basically a couple mud pits and country rap music. I am not into the music so much as I am more of a Pantera person but I went to something like it last year and had fun. It is about an hour away. They typically have a mud pit that is all-season friendly and a deeper one for bigger trucks.

https://www.facebook.com/events/358016947886423/
Since I know not everyone has facebook I copied the details from the event page:

9263 w cr 450 s Shirley IN 47384

Are u ready for the biggest country mud fest in indiana!?!?!?!

*****150 ACRES*****

April 14 to 16th

Tickets will be available on mudstock.net - Registered at Namecheap.com
In january!!!!!

We will have camping, concerts, mudding, redneck olympics, mud drags, mud bog pits, trails in the woods for 4 wheelers and dirt bikes and side by sides, truck pulls, mud volleyball, mud wrestling, motocross track, food vendors, free for all pit, kids free for all pit

***NO GLASS BOTTLES***

***ALL AGES ARE ALLOWED***

THERE WILL BE SANCTIONED MUD BOG PITS AND DRAG PITS THAT WILL HAVE A GUARANTEE PAY OUT WITH SEPARATE CLASSES!!!!!

Performances by
HOSIER
Twang & Round
Handz onn
Josh Driver
Maddie Sharpe
Sabin Sharpe
Whiskey & Smoke
Lexi James


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And many more!!!!

Hosted by: HOSIER

Dunes open in April as well. The Dixie Chapter looks to be doing their RITS run in march this year at Windrock in Tennessee. This is only 6 hours for me so thinking about that as well.
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post #542 of 546 (permalink) Old 04-18-2017, 07:25 AM
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https://www.facebook.com/events/2762...tab=discussion

Same as above only it is in Fairmount Now.
We went to the last one and it was a good time, though could not stay a very long time and I was just in the Excursion. This one is actually organized and has enough open space that its not a cluster.


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Is anybody going to< or by this time at, the Indy Jamboree? I'm taking the wife&kids Sunday and it looks like its basically the same price to register the Bronco and drive in then it is for 4 of us to park and walk in. Would like to find other cool Broncos to park around.

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post #544 of 546 (permalink) Old 09-16-2017, 03:18 PM
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Ed is there, or rather they are in his daughters bronco. I would very likely enter truck if I was you. I have seen the parking lot there have several vehicles broken into.
And you can cruise around and see everything. If you are staying long enough to need food, you can bring your own that way as well, which saves even more, even if just your own beverages.
I think they may close earlier on Sunday, just be aware of that


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post #545 of 546 (permalink) Old 09-24-2017, 11:13 PM Thread Starter
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Yep we were there entering a truck is the best way for a guy with kids under 16 to go in my opinion. Of course I don't have any now so I have to rent them.


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-2 in good old Indy I hope you are bundled up.


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