People were coming and going and often coming back with more people, and there was no admission fee or gate, so an accurate count was close to impossible. The food truck did a brisk trade. The ground was sloppy from torrential rain and melted hail from the day before. Although that may dampen the enthusiasm in other sports, the slick conditions were welcomed during the bogging. Two trenches 200 feet long and filled with a minimum of 18 inches of slick, gloppy mud were the field of battle.
Organizers Greg Chartier and Sierra
Front row for mud bogging enthusiasts Gage and Dylan
Pincher Creek Rotary President and Mustangs booster Dan Crawford announces 50/50 winner
Photos and videos T. Lucas, Raiden Trodden, and C. Davis
Related link: www.chinookmudracing.com