The 6th annual ATV Jamboree, held in North County, drew 190 riders. The Sheet’s Jacob Pellegrini was one of them.
We arrived after an hour and a half at a grassy plateau scattered with old, rundown log cabins. Lunches were provide by a local Boy Scout troop. After lunch, we looped around to a dried up creek, which provided an expert downhill descent. This is where things got interesting. The creek was narrow and heavily treed in parts, littered with large rocks, but some seasoned riders were willing to give it their all. With a few close calls, we made it to the bottom.
After 86 hard-fought miles, we were back at the home base. The smell of home-cooked BBQ filled the air, and all I could think about was when the banquet was going to start. With a few huge grills and a couple 50-gallon steal drums, the Fire Chief and Commissioner became the grill masters for the evening’s feast. They lined us up like cattle and herded us through the buffet of all our home cooked favorites.
After dinner was a raffle filled with ATV/UTV accessories. Donations went to the West Walker Fish Enhancement Program, and to the Antelope Valley Fire Department. Special thanks to Tim Fesko, Pam Hamic and Sue Robbins for putting this all together. I am looking forward to coming back next year for another great adventure at the ATV / UTV Jamboree.