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61. Tift Home Design And Plan Service
Full service design and drafting firm for residential construction and remodels, located in El Dorado Category Business Construction and Maintenance Drafting Services...... gold rush days, and provides unlimited year round recreational activities includingsnow sports, river rafting, boating and fishing, four wheeling, hiking, and
This is where Tift Home Design has been providing quality home design and drafting services for over a decade. Known as the "Sierra Foothills", the county encompasses areas between the city of Sacramento and scenic South Lake Tahoe, along the highway 50 corridor and highway 49, the golden chain highway. Spectacular scenery abounds from the granite peaks of the high sierra, to the meadows and rolling hills of the Sacramento valley. The area has been rich in history since the gold rush days, and provides unlimited year round recreational activities including snow sports, river rafting, boating and fishing, four wheeling, hiking, and camping. Although truly a four season area, a wide range of elevation supplies many choices regarding climate and topography, and the diverse local agriculture includes fruit orchards, vegetable and tree farms, and some of the best wine country in California. In this area of varying terrain and enchanted surroundings, designing the home you require can command a delicate balance of form and function that only local expertise can guarantee. We maintain a close relationship with local building officials, keeping abreast of any new code changes, and our association with a team of local surveyors, geologists, structural engineers, and energy specialists, allows us to offer you a quality package of drawings and site specific data that will make the process of getting your building permits as painless as possible. But getting all of the technical requirements right the first time is only half of the process. We have helped in the design of homes for hundreds of people over the years, and each individual's needs and wants are unique. We take pride in our ability to help you achieve your ultimate dream of a new home. We strive to make our relationship with you as personal as possible. To get to know your needs and wants, and incorporate them into a real design that fits your life style as well as your budget. From custom homes to simple tract housing, we've done it all, and all with the same commitment to service and quality.

62. Southwest Society On Aging:
Phoenix offers a multitude of cultural and recreational activities. The climate makesoutdoor activities a way of from golf and tennis to fourwheeling in the
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The Southwest Society on Aging (SWSA) announces that Hugh Downs, one of the most familiar American television figures in the history of the medium, will keynote their 2001 conference.
He has authored many aging-related books, most noteably " Fifty to Forever
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Dr. Mac McCrory Mr. Dale Bell Martha McSteen ... Read more about lodging, airlines, shuttles and other general conference information. All Conference Social: Casino Arizona at Salt River This year's all conference social will be held at the amazingly beautiful Casino Arizona at Salt River. This casino gives you quick access to 500 slot machines, a 50-table all-limit card room Arizona 21-player vs. player, OTB, Keno and Bingo. The facility also has 4 new restaurants, 4 lounges that include a piano bar and a live entertainment showroom, gift shop, and other features. Delicious menus at very modest prices. The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community shares the heritage of two Native American Tribes - the Pima and the Maricopa. The community is nestled between Scottsdale, Mesa, Tempe, Fountain Hills and the Phoenix metropolitan area. Established in 1879, the community covers just over 52,000 acres and has a population of more than 5,000.

63. About The Author
a wide. array of recreational activities including hiking, biking,rafting, and skiing. He for. more serious fourwheeling. He became
Fun Treks Guidebooks About the Author: Charles A. Wells graduated from Ohio State University in 1969 with a degree in Graphic Design. After practicing design in Ohio, he moved to Colorado Springs in 1980 and worked 18 years in the printing business. Over the years, he and his wife, Beverly, and his family enjoyed a wide array of recreational activities including hiking, biking, rafting, and skiing. He bought his first SUV in 1994 and began exploring places he was previously not able to reach in the family sedan. He later joined a four- wheel-drive club and bought a second vehicle which he modified for more serious four-wheeling. He became frustrated when he could not find a clear, simple backroad guide to Colorado; so he decided to write his own. His first book, Guide to quickly became the top-selling guidebook in Colorado and soon spawned Volume 2. Books on Moab, UT and Arizona have followed. Today, Charles works fulltime on managing his publishing company and working on new books. Look for him on the trail.

64. Wisconsin Real Estate - Wisconsin Lakes Realty - Northern And Central Wisconsin
hiking, biking, skiing, snowmobiling, fourwheeling, and horseback four Lakes AreaWooded Acreage for The area affords unlimited recreational activities as well
The natural beauty of central and northern Wisconsin real estate can be better observed than described! Thousands of lakes, thousands of miles of rivers and streams, and thousands of acres of forest lands create a breathtaking ambiance that only northern and central Wisconsin can offer. Whether you hunt, fish, or photograph, there is no better place than here! Enjoy miles upon miles of hiking, biking, skiing, snowmobiling, four-wheeling, and horseback riding trails. Our Northern Wisconsin lakefront and Central Wisconsin riverfront properties provide the amenities. From northern Wisconsin retirement land to central Wisconsin vacation land, we will assist you on your search for a quality northwoods getaway!
Central WI Log Home with Private Airstrip
Sand Beach and 70 Acres!
Location, location, location! This Central Wisconsin log cabin retreat is located in the middle of numerous recreational opportunities. An easy drive to Wisconsin Dells, Lake Petenwell, Castle Rock Lake, and thousands of acres of national, state, and county forest lands. The 70 acres that this special property sits on provides unlimited opportunities as well. However, the big attraction is the 2,300' private airstrip! Fly up for the day or the whole summer. This unique property would be excellent for a private party or flying group. Make your appointment today!
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Central Wisconsin Waterfront Acreage for $33,900

65. About Us At Hotel Rooms Plus
outdoor activities. Snow machining, four wheeling, and camping are amonghis favourite recreational activities. Karen Kaufmann, Marketing


About Us at
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What Hotel Rooms Plus is About: Hotel Rooms Plus Travel Guide is a proud Canadian business located in beautiful Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. This site was created in February 2000 to serve the online traveling public who want the ability to reserve accommodations on-line and want the information relating to all on-line properties in one conveniently formated location. Our philosophy behind Hotel Rooms Plus is to provide a comprehenisive directory of all world-wide accommodation facilties which offer users a convenience of online reservations. All properties listed here, provide these services. Visitors are invited to use the directory, free of charge. Properties wishing to add their facilities to this site are invited to contact us by clicking HERE. The Team Behind the Site The staff of Rooms Plus Travel Guide is a varied group of individuals with a great synergy. We complement each other well, converging from diverse backgrounds and having assorted educational achievements and work experience. Each one of us strives to achieve success in our field of expertise, and we each fulfill a critical role in the daily operations of the organization. Michael Lajoie, President

66. Arizona 4WD Clubs
To provide social, educational and recreational activities for the membership. Promote4wheeling as a family sport Club Name Parker four Wheelers Type of Club
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Club Name: Arizona Classic Bronco
Type of Club: 4x4 club dedicated to the preservation and enjoyment of the 1966-1977 Ford Bronco. Open to any owner of a 1966-1977 Ford Bronco
Location: Phoenix, AZ USA
Meetings are held: 3rd Sunday of every month
Contact: Dec Thackston - Phone: Email:
Contact: Todd Zuercher - Phone: Email:
Submitted by: Todd Zuercher - Club Name: Arizona Land Cruiser Association
Type of Club: Arizona Chapter of the Toyota Land Cruiser Association (Land Cruisers only)
Location: Phoenix , AZ USA
Meetings are held: 2nd Thursday of each month 7:00 P.M. at Thundrbird Adventist Academy (cafeteria) 7410 E. Sutton Dr. Scottsdale, AZ
Contact: Steve Comstock Phone: E-mail: Contact: Cliff Daniel Phone: E-mail: Submitted by: Cliff Daniel - Club Name: Arizona Lo-Rangers 4WD Club Type of Club: Club is open to all 4WD owners. Monthly club runs range from timid to tough. Check us out! Location: Mesa, AZ USA

67. Indiana 4WD Clubs
that are here for the enjoyment of four wheeling. is dedicated to providing good clean(occasionally muddy) responsible Motorized recreational activities.
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Club Name: 4 Wheels To Freedom
Type of Club: The Club is organized as a non-profit organization for the purpose of providing social, educational and recreational ctivities for its membership. 4WTF 4WD Club also participates in and supports civic activities for the betterment of the community. The Club is open to all types of 4x4 vehicles.
Location: Shelbyville, Indiana U.S.A.
Meetings are held: First Sunday of each month at 6:00 p.m.
Contact: Jason Settles Phone: Email:
Contact: Kathleen Snyder Phone: Email:
Club URL:
Submitted by: Jason Settles - Club Name: Iron Horse 4X4's Inc.
Type of Club: Open to all 4X4 owners.
Location: North West Indiana, IN, Lake
Meetings are held: Contact: Dave - Phone: none - Email: Club URL: Submitted by: Dave - Club Name: JP Frog Offroaders Type of Club: Open to any 4X4 owner. Mostly small wheel base Jeep Type Vehicles. JP Frog is a club of around 25-35 members that are here for the enjoyment of four wheeling. The club has at least one or two "Organized" runs per month and during the winter months we work on a month to month basis. Please feel free to show up at any meeting or E-mail us. New faces and Jeeps are always welcome!

68. The Linsly School - Wheeling, WV
off a long weekend, there were four days till Nailers Hockey game at the WheelingCivic Center. period which included such recreational activities as softball
Boarding Student News and Events Welcome to all of our visitors!
Find out more about boarding life at our school.
March 31 - April 6 every Monday and Saturday . All the students will have plenty of activities to keep them busy. This past Wednesday to Friday, part of the sophomore class went to the Linsly Outdoor Center ( LOC ). Students had a choice of rock climbing, mountain biking, or canoeing. All day students were occupied with one of these activities. When they returned to LOC. they were treated to an excellent dinner prepared by the LOC dining crew. After dinner different activities were arranged. The highlight was the campfire Thursday night. Students had a blast performing skits for their peers and the LOC counselors. Since the week had been hectic the students decided they wanted a chance to relax this weekend. Friday was movie night in the dorms. There was a choice of funny and scary movies and pizzas were ordered for the students. On Saturday the Linsly Varsity Baseball team played a double-header against Kiski at home. Even though the weather had cooled, the attendance and enthusiasm were red hot. That night the students went to the mall so they could purchase any necessary items and see a movie. With less than a couple months in the school year left, students will have plenty of activities and work to fill their time. The Linsly Forensic Team Competes in State Tournament The Linsly Forensic Team competed at the West Virginia Interscholastic Forensic League State Tournament March 17-22

69. IRC In The Goldstream Gazette, Feb/Mar, 2000
the public's perception of fourwheeling by setting a hikers, bikers, fishers, andfour-wheelers, all and preserve land for recreational activities, while the
IRC in the News
This article by Keith Norbury appeared in the February 9 edition of the Goldstream News Gazette Because of the unfortunate term used in the opening paragraph, we asked the Gazette to print a correction. It was important to us that the editor (and anyone else who read the article), realized that this choice of words puts off-highway driving in a bad light. This correction was printed the following week: Though this correction went a long way to address the "boony crashing" comment, I felt that the other people who were interviewed in the original article made some unfair comments as well, so I sent the following letter to the editor, which was printed in the Goldstream News Gazette on Wednesday, March 8, 2000. March 1, 2000 Dear Editor, In regard to the "Off Road Riders seek Park Place" article on page A3 of the February 9, 2000 edition of the Goldstream News Gazette , I would like to clarify a few points:
In the first paragraph, the sport of off-highway driving is referred to as "boony crashing". This term is disparaging and inaccurate. I appreciate and thank you for the correction that was printed the following week in the February 16th edition.
However, in the February 9 article, Ray Zimmerman, who advocates the acquisition of the Harbourview area for the Sea-to-Sea Greenbelt, suggests "there are an awful lot of roads and logging trails in the country to tear around in". This is simply untrue.

70. Woodland Park, Colorado
Summer recreational activities include hiking, backpacking, camping, cycling, four-wheeling,horseback-riding, picnicking, rodeos and gymkhanas, sight-seeing
Woodland Park,
"City Above the Clouds" THE HISTORY OF WOODLAND PARK The history of Woodland Park is typically that of a small community in the mountains, favored with a good location and able to respond to changing situations. This combination of favorable location and ability to respond has resulted in periods of rapid growth since 1891. This growth has been directed in a positive way to protect the natural beauty of the area as well as the residents. Woodland Park has become a city where modern convenience blends well with historic charm. The location of Woodland Park is its greatest asset. The city is located on a high, broad plateau between 8,200 and 9,000 feet above sea level and offers "the best view of Pikes Peak". It is also at the junction of Ute Pas and a valley system that extends north of the city, providing a well-drained town site and favorable access to Colorado Springs and Pikes Peak to the southeast, Denver to the north, and mountain recreation areas in all directions. Nature has been lavish in her donations to Woodland Park, the town taking its name from the thickly wooded hills and valleys on every side. Stately pines and spruce of prolific growth form a perfect forest for miles around, in a grand picturesque scene. Looking to the south the view is spectacular. Pikes Peak with her colossal sheds stands in bold relief against the blue sky, her snowy crest above the clouds. The canyon of Fountain Creek, with its rugged borders, flows to the plains. The easy access to all of this through Ute Pass gives Woodland Park a unique place among the State resort areas.

71. @LA Recreation: Outdoors In Southern California: Los Angeles County, Orange Coun
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72. OK Auto, 4wd & Tire
route combine with challenging fourwheeling to provide an to swap stories about theday's wheeling. landscapes, vast outdoor recreational activities, and the
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73. Del Albright's Article On The One For One Proposal
Let’s see what are our choices fourwheeling or write a letter? of mostly radicalprotectionists) are trying to exclude recreational activities (and for
Del Albright's Web Site
To inspire, motivate and facilitate... Contact Me Del's Web Directory Land Use and Access Hot Topics and ... BlueRibbon Coalition I propose that for every trail ride you go on, you write one letter to your elected official, explaining how you feel about land use and access to public lands. I call this the one for one proposal, and the BlueRibbon Coalition supports this concept and encourages you to consider it. LAND USE AND THE ONE FOR ONE PROPOSAL
By Del Albright
will be allowed in the future, as well as smelling and limited breathing. But who knows what else.
friends and family

I also tell folks not to burn out on political involvement
If we all did it, our voice would be heard across the land. Please give my proposal some support: One for One!
Top of Page Del's Web Directory Land Use and Access Hot Topics and ... BlueRibbon Coalition
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74. Del Albright's Bio, Background And Experience
Besides land use activities and fourwheeling, as you recreational INTERESTS four-wheeling,hunting, fishing, adventuring, RVing, snowmobiling, desert exploration
Del Albright's Web Site
To inspire, motivate and facilitate... Contact Me Scroll to see Del with VP Dick Cheney Some organizations I belong to and support. Besides land use activities and four-wheeling, as you'll see on this web site, I have a variety of things that keep me busy and happy, that include: Judy photography writing hunting dog * Mike family and friends music (especially around the camp fire); helping folks with meetings and conferences (facilitation ); back country adventuring; hunting; fishing; and even a little hiking. I retired from the Calif. Dept. of Forestry and started working full time for the BlueRibbon Coalition on January 1, 2002. Go here to see Del meeting with Vice President Dick Cheney BLUERIBBON COALITION (BRC) POSITION/TITLE: BlueRibbon Ambassador California Association of Four Wheel Drive Clubs State Environmental Affairs Coordinator Active Member: Outdoor Writers Association of America (OWAA) Active Member : United Four Wheel Drive Associations; High Desert Multiple Use Coalition; Tread Lightly!; North American Motorized Recreation Council (NAMRC); Resource Education Network (REN); and Trail Boss, Friends of the Rubicon (FOTR). SERVICES OFFERED Land use planning and involvement Professional facilitation /meeting management;

75. Watch Out For Redds - Chehalis River Council
To be fair, fourwheeling in the stream is not the only recreational hatch duringmonths when redds are less likely to be disturbed by recreational activities.
Please Watch Out for Salmon Redds
This past Memorial Day I went for an afternoon hike on one of my favorite Chehalis Basin streams. I found a few fossils, watched spotted sandpipers defending nesting territory, and saw strings of western toad eggs along the edge of the stream. I was especially happy to discover a couple dozen steelhead nests (redds) in the gravel. I also found one steelhead carcass, which goes to show that not all steelhead survive to spawn again. Most of the redds, over a 3-4 mile reach, had been flagged by spawner-survey crews. The latest date I saw written on a flag was May 13th, and this was May 25th. Now for the bad news: Someone had ridden a four wheel ATV right through several of the redds. I won't tell you what my first thought was, but my second thought was that I knew what my next Drops of Water article would be about. I'm sure this person was just having fun, and would not have done anything on purpose that might kill the steelhead eggs incubating in the gravel. So perhaps a little information will do some good. To be fair, four-wheeling in the stream is not the only recreational activity that can disturb and kill salmon and steelhead eggs. Fishermen wading streams, swimmers, rockhounds looking for agates, and even rafters traversing shallow bars can all kill eggs in the gravel. Really, anyone who uses a stream has the potential to kill salmon eggs. Stepping on, riding through, or otherwise disturbing a redd can squash or fatally injure the eggs and newly hatched salmon (alevin) that are in the gravel. We just need to know what to look for, and avoid the places where salmon are likely to spawn.

76. COHVCO: Other Web Sites
travel and low impact principles applicable to all recreation activities. The Unitedfour Wheel Drive Association is an organized recreational four wheeling.
Other Web Sites
The American Motorcyclist Association is a national organization with an unparalleled history of pursuing, protecting and promoting the interests of the world's largest and most dedicated group of motorcycle enthusiasts. American Trails is the only national trails advocacy organization working for the common interests of all trail user. Americans for Responsible Recreation Access represents the interests of more than 25 million people who have a deep commitment to outdoor recreation. It's purpose is to ensure that Americans are not arbitrarily denied access to our public lands for a variety of recreational pursuits. The All-Terrain Vehicle Association is the national membership organization for dedicated and enthusiastic ATV riders and owners. Whether you enjoy using your ATV for racing, trail riding, or back-country hunting, the ATVA can help you get more fun out of your ATV. The BlueRibbon Coalition is an organization that unites OHVers, loggers, miners, and cattlemen to share and preserve our precious natural heritage. They campaign to replace "user conflict " with "user cooperation" by educating everyone to share the trails and facilities. The Colorado 500 is a charity dirt bike ride started by Wally Dallenbach and Sherm Cooper. The "Ride of Champions" promotes responsible trail riding.

77. Rim Village Moab's Most Distinctive Townhome Community -
to the minute weather, events, and recreational activities. is quietly poised forall enjoyable activities. Fishing Hunting four wheeling -Jogging -Hiking

78. Misplace Yourself In North Chester A. Arthur County
and numerous recreational activities, provided those recreational opportunitiesinclude hiking fishing, snowmobiling, four wheeling, fossil collecting
Nestled between the majestic grandeur of Mt. Shorty and the pristine waters of Lake Tepid, lies Tepid City, Washington State, the heart of North Chester A. Arthur County. This vacation hotspot has been the travel destination for many generations, and provides many fine restaurants, hotels, museums, as well as other exciting things to see and do. Take the Theodore Robert Bundy Memorial Scenic Bighway north off Highway 2 out of Spokane, Washington to the Devil's Hairbrush National Forest. You are about to enjoy a vacation you and your family will never forget! HISTORY
The original inhabitants of the region were the Runamuk Indians, a peaceful band of hunters and fishers who made use of native materials for the arts and crafts which occupied much of their spare time. The area is also widely known as the place the Lewis And Clark Expedition missed, as Meriwether Lewis and William Clark bickered over what direction to take, and ended up travelling in a more southerly direction when they wouldn’t ask directions. For most of the first half of the 18th Century few white men visited the area, but those who did always left with a lovely souvenir provided by the Runamuks. THE CITY
Tepid City is a medium to small city of around 4400 people. Mayor Luke Warm heads the government, which is unusual in that his position is hereditary. The City Council is chosen at random every four years by a drawing held on election day. This is followed by the Leech Festival that lasts through Thanksgiving.

79. LiveUpdater Article
the highest safety standard during all 4WD activities Endorses respect some of thebenefits that membership can provide to improve recreational four wheeling.

80. Jeep & 4Wheel Trails In The Canon City, Colorado Area
Attractions. activities. Events Calendar Canon City, Colorado. fourwheeling Trails. Canon for those four-wheeling in the region. San Isabel National Forest. four-wheeling Trails
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Canon City is located on U.S. Hwy 50 west of Pueblo, Colorado at an elevation of 5,348 feet. The town is minutes from trailheads in the San Carlos Ranger District of the San Isabel National Forest and is the major supply point for those four-wheeling in the region. San Isabel National Forest
Four-Wheeling Trails
(click on trail name for complete information) Trail Location Description Blanca Peak Four-Wheel Drive Road San Carlos Ranger District This as an absolutely atrocious four wheel drive road that few actually drive on. It is used as the access point to Mt. Blanca. Lily Lake Trail San Carlos Ranger District Lily Lake sports pleasant high mountain scenery and fishing enthusiasts may use flies and lures to tempt the cutthroat trout. Camping possibilities exists at the base of the switchbacks, but not at the lake. Medano Pass Road Four-Wheel Drive Road San Carlos Ranger District Medano Pass Road makes a wonderful day trip for licensed, high-clearance four-wheel drive vehicles. It can include a stop in the Great Sand Dunes National Monument.

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