I'm interested and will say that I am going but as always my participation depends on how things are going with my elderly parents for whom I am a caregiver. It looks like a fun, easy day and good weather in the middle of winter would make for a nice outing.
The Grant County Sheriff’s Office is proud to provide public safety services to our off-road recreation communities. The Off-Road Vehicle (ORV) Unit currently consists of two full-time commissioned deputies who works with a number of community groups to ensure safe off-road recreation.
Per Grant County Code 11.30.030, any ATV, ORV, or any other vehicle (excluding motorcycles) must be equipped with a flag for added visibility in a bright red or brilliant orange color, measuring at least forty-eight inches square, mounted on a pole placing the flag a minimum of one hundred eight inches above the ground when the vehicle is stationary. Such flag shall be displayed as to be visible from all directions, maintaining nearly all of the required height when the vehicle is in motion.
The meet & greet will be in the grass area on the southwest corner of the ORV area. Look for my Forest Service green F350. It should have a pop up tied to it with the Eastern Washington Expeditions banner on it.