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Hanksville Mud Bog [SIV446]

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Published June 8, 2016 at 10:00 a.m.
Updated June 10, 2016 at 10:07 a.m.


6/4/16: A giant pit of mud, big trucks and a cheering crowd - the Hanksville Mud Bog has become a summer tradition for many Vermonters. What started out as fun between friends has become a biannual family affair that draws a large audience and even bigger vehicles, all hoping to make it through the treacherous bog. Eva hopped on board a big wheel truck and almost got stuck in Vermont for real.

The Hanksville Mud Bog is held twice a year, the first Saturday in June and the Saturday during Labor Day Weekend. You can catch the next one on September 3rd in Huntington. Don't forget your earplugs!

Music: Waylon Speed, HorseShoes & Hand Grenades, "Riding for the Brand" Rumblecat, 'Til the Neighbors Shout, "I Started a Fire"

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