Boondockers Films and KLIM Technical Riding Gear have teamed up to bring a unique fundraising event to Southeastern Idaho. With their Boondockers 8 Movie Premiere and Raffle Fundraiser benefitting Nathan Blaylock’s young family the two companies, along with dozens of power sports industry brands, look to generate maximum funds for Holly Blaylock and her children.
Nate was in a tragic fatal auto accident in August and left Holly and their 4 kids behind. Just a month before the accident, Nate and Holly had welcomed their first daughter and fourth child into the world. This fundraiser event will not only bring one of the most anticipated snowmobiling movie premieres to Idaho Falls, but 100% of all proceeds will go directly to Holly Blaylock.
The Nathan Blaylock Fundraiser and Boondockers 8 Movie Premiere is set for November 11th, 2011 at the Paramount Theatre in Idaho Falls, Idaho. (more…)
You may have seen a recent SnoWest Bulletin talking about a fundraiser for Nate Blaylock’s Family. If you did, its absolutely true, Boondockers couldn’t be more excited to help the family of such a contributing member to the wintersport industry. To help Nate’s Family we have teamed with KLIM to organize the premier of Boondockers 8 and Thunderstruck 10 with raffle prizes from our awesome sponsors like Fly Racing, KLIM, Arctic FX Graphics, Boondockers Turbo and so many others, to raise money for Nates Family. All fundraiser/premier proceeds will go directly to Holly Blaylock, Nathan’s Wife.
Read the SnoWest Bulleting…“Snowmobile Industry Friends,
This past August the snowmobiling industry lost a dear friend, advocate and enthusiast with the passing of Nathan Blaylock. His young family has been dealt an unbelievable blow of heartbreak and hardship with Nate’s passing. You can help tremendously by contributing goods and services to the raffle items pool of the Boondockers 8 movie premiere and raffle event to be held in Idaho Falls, Idaho, on November 11th. (more…)
The day after the road trip to Preston in Idaho, Searle and I decided to make a small road trip up to Island Park, Idaho to do a little exploring…the never ending search for snow. Considering it was late January, one might think we were disappointed in the amount of snow we found. Unfortunately, a less than favorable snow year had conditioned us so that the snow we did find left us feeling very lucky to find such epic deep powder at least 9 inches deep. How bad are snow conditions when 9 inches of powder on top of a 2.5 foot base leave you feeling happy and rewarded? (more…)
Two weeks ago, myself and a couple others decided to mob down to Preston to see what kind of terrain is there and what the snow conditions were like. Two weeks ago was just before the big dump of powder that Dan was talking about in his “Epic” post. Preston didn’t disappoint, we didn’t find heaven-like conditions but we found likable terrain and favorable snow. (more…)