Photo Gallery: 10th anniversary of the Dennis Hiatt mud bogs

The 10th annual Dennis Hiatt mud bogs were held at Endako Rod and Gun Club last weekend.

In the two-day event, there were over 94 entries.

This year is the last year the current organizers including Tammy Rempel will be organizing the event, as per a Facebook post on the Dennis Hiatt Mud Bog Society group.

“Who would of thought 10 years ago when shovelling clay in by hand from pickup trucks with huge boulders in it that we would still be going! This year is our last and Judy, Kia, Shannon, James and I would like to thank you all for sticking it out with us for the past 10 years! Thank you for always keeping it interesting,” Rempel wrote in the group.

A new group will be taking over the event for the coming years.

Here are some photos from the event.


Aman Parhar
Editor, Vanderhoof Omineca Express

aman.parhar@ominecaexpress.com

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