THE FIRST SET OF CORRALS @JUNGLE HILL CAMPGROUND SEPT 8, 2019
The greatest moments are made on a horses back in the mountains of washington
PRESIDENT CONTACT INFORMATION: LESA GREGORY (509) 690-2773
COME JOIN IN FOR A DAY OF FUN...
COME RIDE THE WITH US
RIDE THE ALPINE COUNTRY
ANNUAL STEAK RIDE
Sponsored by the Ferry County Chapter of BHCW, Republic
Come ride with us on July 26 27 28 2024
Location: JUNGLE HILL CAMPGROUND
Fun for all Ages .
Cost is $40.00 Per person
25.OO for children 11- 12
SATURDAY RIDE ,
steak, baked potato, rolls & dessert
SILENT AUCTION Saturday
LIVE AUCTION Saturday 7:00 pm
LIVE Entertainment following- live auction
COWBOY BREAKFAST Sunday
A great group of Volunteer's to work with and get your projects done
Another set of Corral's at Jungle Hill June 25 2022
CALENDER OF EVENTS FOR 2023
10 : General Meeting
7 : GENERAL MEETING DORIS BACON'S HOME
14 GENERAL MEETING PLACE REPUBLIC RANGER DISTRICT OFFICE
17-19 RONDY IN ELLENSBURG
11: GENERAL MEETING REPUBLIC RANGER DISTRICT OFFICE
5-7 Methow Valley Ride
6: SHERMAN CREEK RIDE 9 am ride out at 10 am
9: GENERAL MEETING 5 PM POTLUCK 6 PM MEETING PLACE
Republic Ranger Station
13: NICK'S LOOP WORK PARTY 9 AM
28: STEAK RIDE PLANNING MEETING LESA'S HOME 1 PM
4: CURLEW BARREL DERBY DAYS
10: PROSPECTORS DAYS PARADE
17: WAPALOOSIE TRAIL CLEANING 9aM OUT AT 10 AM
24: DEER CREEK SUMMIT 9am RIDE OUT @ 10 AM
8: COLUMBIA MOUNTAIN TRAIL RIDE 9AM RIDE OUT @10 AM
15: JUNGLE HILL CAMP CLEAN UP AND TRAIL WORK 9am
22: FLAG THE TRAIL FOR STEAK RIDE
28-30 : STEAK RIDE WEEKEND
5: RABBIT ROAD RIDE 9 am OUT @ 10 am
8: GENERAL MEETING PLACE (TBD) 5 PM POTLUCK 6 PM MEETING
12: SNOW PEAK RIDE 9 am RIDE OUT @ 10 am
1-3: FERRY COUNTY FAIR
9: GILBRATAR RIDE 9 AM RIDE OUT @ 10 am
12 : GENERAL MEETING PLACE (TBD) 5 PM POTLUCK 6 PM MEETING
16: MT LEONA TRAIL RIDE 9 AM RIDE OUT @10 AM
30: FUN RIDE
10: GENERAL MEETING PLACE (TBD) A5 PM POTLUCK 6 PM MEETING
21: PLANNING MEETING PLACE (TBD)
28: HALLOWEEEN SOCIAL (TBD)
14: GENERAL MEETING PLACE ( TBD)
9: CHRISTMAS PARTY AND GIFT EXCHANGE TIME AND PLACE (TBD)
More Corrals at Jungle Hill 2022
BOWER CHER ,MCKINNEY STEVE BREMNER ROB
BRADY DARLENE &MICHAEL
BRISTOL SHAR & LARRY
FRALIC TERRY & MAUREEN
HEDRICK JAY & KAREN
LUNDY JOHN & JULIE
MCLAIN CYNTHIA & JERRY
MICHAELS ROB & TRACEY
ROBINSON MIKE & LORI
SCOTT BRUCE & RHONDA
SHOCKEY KELLY & SHEILA
YOUNG GEORGE & LU
VOLUNTEERS WORKING ON SNOW PEAK CABIN
FIRST AID COURSE EDUCATIONAL
First Aid Course
As taught by the Alaska State Troopers
You can't help yourself iff you don't recognixe and admit yu're in trouble.
First,inventory yourself and others in your group for injuries. Then inventory everything you have on you or in your pockets. Lastly, inventory your surroundings for anything that might be useful for survival.
Surviving the first night is often the most critical need. Don't try to bulid a cabin. Use natural materials to build a small cave/nest. Use grass, moss, and boughs to insulate the floor, walls, and roof.
Help rescuers do their job. If you don't have per-made signal devices you cna use smoke, fire, or letters laid out on the ground.
Finding a source of water is more imprttant than finding food. You'll only be able to function about three days without water.
Unless you have aa gun or archery equipment ,forget about hunting big game.
think small. You'll expend a lot fewer calories collecting wild plants and small animals.
After you've done all the other steps, you may find yourself wondering "What happens next?"
Now is the time to have a positive mental attitude. If you let yourself develop an attitude of "I'm gonna-die-out- here," you probably will.
Sing songs, skip rocks, whittle a bowl and spoon...DO SOMETHING!