We have a solution to that issue but we are waiting for all 30 who are going to finish reserving their site. We want to keep folks as close to the group as possible.Who on this thread is unable to camp due to 30 rig cap ? I know a few camp sites in and around wharton state forest. Maybe we can set something up and tag along the main group for the treck.
Second group info coming out Friday! It won't include the tour due to limitations that we were asked to keep by OK4WD but everything else will be available.And it looks like my plans have changed and I will be able to attend this.
So please put me on the wait list or I’m glad to camp closeby on the secondary group.
@Ridge Reaper @James Cannone @five0addiction @Medic1822If you RSVPed as going and have not reserved your campsite yet you need to do so. We will be announcing the camping area we are in and you risk not having a campsite. If you don't know what I'm talking about then please check your inbox. Detailed instructions were sent out to all who are going a month ago.
There are still sites available at Godfrey Bridge and Batona camping areas. This is the link to register your site for Friday - Sunday: Campground ReservationsSays it reached maximum limit, however if there is anyway I can squeeze in I’d love to come and meet some of you guys. If someone could let me know, thanks !!!
Awesome, thank you ! I’ll definitely try and make itThere are still sites available at Godfrey Bridge and Batona camping areas. This is the link to register your site for Friday - Sunday: Campground Reservations
As far as the Thursday night into Friday morning tour of OK 4WD... this is full. It would be great to meet you at the camping area on Friday afternoon!
Comms cards!! Former 25U Back to my military commo times , good stuff!COMMUNICATIONS FOR THE EVENT
Hi everybody - we are going to test run the new Overland Bound Communications Plan on this event. The way it will work is this:
As you get into the area, we will be monitoring the OB calling freqs. Ham: 146.4650; CB ch16; GMRS ch 15.
These channels will be utilized for the weekend for all coordination and hailing purposes. Base Camp will monitor them.
During the trail runs, each group will have a trail boss leading the run and providing primary comms for the group net on a designated freq. They will also have a tail gunner at the rear of the convoy, providing safety overwatch and secondary comms.
The channels for each group will be published in a comms plan prior to the event, and we will brief the plan at the campfire Friday night, and opn Saturday morning for each group specifically.
Emergency calls will be cell phone 911, as we should have coverage throughout that area.
See you on Friday at the fire!