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A NOTE FROM THE GOAT
Yo You Swamp Stompers,
DWD Day is fast approachin’ and this here Dirt Crew is ready to rock! The dogs have been busy sniffin’ out the course, comin’ home scratched, muddied and bit by who knows what. Yer turn will soon come!
We live a life that puts brick walls and pavement between us and the natural world; ya got a go out of the way just to touch the earth. Our lungs suck in air conditionin’ or heated stale rebreathed air, farts and all. DWD is a chance to feel the dirt, wind and weather. DWD is nature comin’ at ya in full color, in your face, in your hair, up your nose, and down your shorts, YIKES! Bring it on!
Get ready to run like a free livin’ bushman or bush chickie (And you were thinkin’ the Head Goat wernt politically correct) screamin’ off into what ever the course throws or blows at ya. This is reality and it ain’t no show! Yeee Ha!
The course is callin’, start yer plannin’! Yer silly ass swamp and dirt infested costumes and team themes add to this bigger than the sum of its parts party. It’s sure to be a day to remember … like the first time you had stitches … no, better’n that … more like the time … I best not write what I was thinking!
Load it, lock it, lace em’ up and lets have at it,
The Head Goat, The Dirt Diva, Trail Dog, Swamp Dog, Canadian Chick and the rest of the ever faithful hard workin’, Dirt Crew Litter.
Now a note from Randy Step, president of Running Fit, just out of goat mode.
We limit this party but the usual drop out percentage dropped like housing prices! With your help, and with ONLY ONE CAR PER TEAM showing up on race day, it will work. Read my lips ….
A big 4-wheel drive would be best or at least a minivan with good ground clearance for our new expanded (but rutty) grass & dirt parking areas. No low riders. Don’t park on any road shoulders and just keep things moving when pulling into lots. No waiting for someone to back out if you have cars behind you … and any other trick to not stop the flow.
And now a word from our sponsors: We’ve got Nike Running on board with some wonderful stuff for awards, 60 teams deep! Running Fit has an off road passion and it shines through the DWD mud, trash those shoes and buy some new ones!
With a full calendar or great events out there, you chose ours and we thank you
Yes, run fast and take chances but also look out for yourself and each other as we head into this great adventure,
Randy

SEPTEMBER 8, 2007 HELL, MI

DIRT HEADQUARTERS (START & FINISH)


Pinckney State Park, HalfMoon Lake-Lower Beach Area
START: Ultra 50 Mile & Ultra 50K: 6:15 a.m. (Before sunrise)

Relay 100K: 7:45 a.m.


Directions: US-23 Exit 49, North Territorial. North Territorial West 11.5 miles to Hankerd (Park Swimming Sign). North Hankerd 1.7 miles to HalfMoon entrance. West (left) to parking.
Vehicle sign in rear window.


Hot Tip: Visit www.danceswithdirt.com for additional insight.



The General Dirt
Check-In: Each ultra runner and team captain or designated team member must check in Friday 4-10 PM or Saturday morning, 5-7 AM before the start. Number bibs & last minute information is handed out.
Try to make the Friday Check-in, a party like atmosphere … and you beat the morning insanity!
Official Vehicle Sign: Must be displayed in rear window at the entrance booth at Half Moon!

ONLY ONE VEHICLE PER TEAM IS ALLOWED TO PARK AT HALF MOON.
Daily Park Pass: Must be on front window to enter park.
Pre-Race Parking & Car Pool: Expect parking insanity, park in designated areas. Please car pool to the event in one vehicle. Meet at park & ride lots (i.e. Lee Rd & US 23) or other convenient locations.
Dirt Numbers: Race number is worn visibly on each runner’s front. Ultra and Relay numbers are different. Each team will receive 5 identical race bibs / numbers. (A visible number is very important at the finish)
Shameless Plug: Shop at Running Fit! Buy Nike Running Shoes! www.runningfit.com.

Get patched up at Great Lakes Institute of Manual Therapy!
Camping: Rustic camping at Crooked Lake (Near Silver Lake Beach, exchange #3), modern camping (showers) at Bruin Lake (Exchange #11-12). Hell Creek Ranch (Exchange #7) may have camping available. Call 1-800-447-2757.
Hotels: Best Western, Whitmore Lake (734) 449-2058 Exit 53 of US-23. Many Ann Arbor hotels.
Awards & Refreshments: Awards ceremonies, food (pizza!) and refreshments at the finish area.

  • Ultra Awards: Top 5 in each 5-year age group for each event presented immediately when you finish

  • Relay Team Awards: Top 60 handicapped adjusted teams. Relay Ceremonies 5:45 PM.

Yes, that’s just 10 hours after the start, some teams is out on the course but likely not in the running unless they have a high handicap = old & sexy. If this happens we will have a ceremony just for them.

  • Creative Team Vehicle & Theme Awards, the important awards!: 5 deep! First Place includes free entry next year. All winning teams get cool stuff. Other surprise awards during the race for cool teams and outrageous behavior.


Thank the Volunteers & Park Rangers: It becomes a long day … week!
Dirt Safety & Road Rules
Preserve the Dirt! The world seems to be out to stop this race. Let the Chi roll. Consideration and positive energy are the greatest attributes the Dirt force can infuse the denizens of Hell. Other park users, roads and trails may not share out spirit. Our objective is no complaints just applause. Suggestions: Be nice even if you receive sign language, drive safe and don’t wiz in anyone’s yard!
Ultra Vehicles: Daily or annual state park permit, (included in packet) on the front window throughout the race. This includes at the entrance to HalfMoon before the race and most of the aid station – support points.

  • Support vehicles on the course allowed at designated parking zones. There is no access to Aid-Support Band D. Others are difficult for a vehicle to arrive prior to the runner.

  • Support must come in the vehicle you came in.

  • Support, is required to assist the volunteers while they hang around.

  • Please obey the parking signs and volunteers, even if they seem irrational!


Relay Vehicles: Daily or annual state park permit, (included in packet) on the front window throughout the race. This includes at the entrance to HalfMoon before the race and most of the exchange points.

  • One vehicle per team on the course. Exchange parking is tight … but fun!

  • Vehicle Sign on the back and Daily Park permit on the front team vehicle windshield.

  • No motor homes, rickshaws or busses.

  • Meet and car pool to the start, (we got repeat-heimers)

  • Follow the parking signs and volunteers. There is a system. Although the engineers think not.


Vehicle Safety: The course is designed to allow drive time to each exchange with one vehicle.

  • Official vehicle signs must be displayed in rear window. This helps us to identify you if we find your lost, injured, and crying teammate or if there is emergency news.

  • Trail crosses many roads and a small portion is run on dirt roads, so use common road running etiquette.

  • Drive Safely. Be on the lookout for runners darting out of the woods. Be especially nice to any cops who might stop at the exchange and say, "What in Hell is going on here?"

  • Obey Speed Limit. Time exists to get to each exchange as long as you decline any interviews.


Exchange Parking: Parking is insane, patience and humor is in order.

  • Park in the designated areas only. Volunteers will do there best to move you in and out efficiently.

  • Each exchange will have specific traffic flow patterns including one way entrances and exits.

  • Parking is not always close to the human exchange so be prepared to get moving.

  • Don’t run over anyone on your team or competitors at the exchanges or road crossings, (2005 DUH!)

  • Stay out of the road, (trail runners seem to forget that they are standing in the middle of the road.) Don’t stop traffic, especially in Hell.


Runner Safety

  • Run Safely: the magnitude of this event does not allow closed roads or stopped vehicle traffic. The course crosses major two-lane roads. Do not blindly run across any road; come to a complete stop before crossing. You can make up the time once you have survived the crossing. Do not stop traffic!

  • Be aware and stay on the course: The two most common reasons to go off course. 1) Followed the dudette in front of me! 2) I zoned out and missed a turn.

  • No shortcuts: The map may look like there is shorter way but it could be dangerous or not approved for usage. In 1999, a runner was lost for 4 hours taking a shortcut!



ULTRA 50K & 50 M –(Redesigned from previous years)



START: 6:15 A.M. (50K & 50M). No early start option this year as the course is being checked.

CHECK-IN (Required): Friday 4-10 PM and Saturday 5-6 AM. HalfMoon Beach HQ, Hankerd Rd
Check in required before the start as race numbers & last minute information is distributed. Try the relaxed Friday check-in and avoid the insane morning lines. Enjoy the calm before the storm!
Numbers: Wear race number visible on your front. Ultra numbers are different than relay.
Injury: Inform the aid station personnel, relay it via other runners. EMS technicians are on the course. Note specific location of downed runner. Call 911.
Delayed or Pulled from Race: EMS staff or the volunteer captains may determine that it is unsafe for you to continue medically. You will not be allowed to continue until the medical concern has been removed.

Event Switching: 50K & 50M decision point is at the 50K finish at HalfMoon HQ, You can decide then to switch events. One catch, cut off to switch to 50Mile is 2:30 p.m. Decide 50K, proceed through the finish. Decide 50M; announce your insanity at the Half Moon Aid Station (I), St. Peter will check you through.
Awards: Top 5 in each 5-year age group for each event. All finishers receive medals.
Course: Redesigned from previous years. 2007 Ultra course is extremely independent from the relay.

  • Ultra sections include areas not on the relay course. Portions of the early Ultra sections are run by the relay later in the day. Portions of early Relay sections are run by the Ultra later in the day. You don’t need to know this, but for those with inquiring minds …

  • The front-runners will likely not encounter the relay teams.

  • The first 31 miles are cleaner, more runnable than 2006. Finish time is faster, but you won’t believe it. The last 19 miles are similar to 2006. They are tougher, wetter, muckier, and scratchier than the 31 miles. Bring on the ilk!

  • Aid stations B and D are not Relay exchange points and open to support. Aid Stations C, E, F, G are at exchange points but only the slowest teams will still possibly be around.


Details: Ultra course is designed as separate race from the relay and to allow decision of 50K or 50 mile at the 50K finish. The course is a series of sections with mandatory Aid Stations connecting them. All sections are to be completed in the presented order. Not all of the ultra sections are the same for the relay.
Flashlights – Headlights: Recommended for Dark 6:15 a.m. start. Put with your name on them. The flashlight drop zone is at the first Aid Station, Station B. They are delivered to the finish area.

Cut-Off Times: The on-target 13-hour finish time is strictly enforced.

  • Mandatory 50K finish: Section I must be started by 2:30 p.m. to continue on the 50 mile. Runners is scored as 50K finisher

  • Section L must be started by 6:15 p.m. and Section M by 7:00 p.m. to continue on the course. If allowed to start Section M, you are allowed to finish unless it is determined to be unsafe. Don’t worry about these letters, it’s more for us than you. Just run!


AID STATIONS:
Station Check-In: Upon arrival inform aid station volunteers that you have arrived. It is vital that we enter your race number at each Aid Station. Only then, would we have a chance to find displaced runners.
Drive Route: A specific driving route to each exchange point is presented to ultra runner for support. These routes are fairly direct and will give you plenty of time to get to the next exchange points.
Support Locations: Stations B and D do not have drive access for support. They are early in the race.

Sustenance: Special drinks, eats, pretzels, bananas, boiled potatoes, oranges and surprises! Some exchanges will have a cellular phone, warm blankets and friendly people. Others may be miserable and lonely.
Drop Bags: Due to river and swamp running you may want to take advantage of the drop bags for fresh shoes and socks! The three drop bag exchanges were selected primarily on wetness. By the way, you can buy shoes and socks at Running Fit, once they are wet, they need to be replaced! Buy Nike Running Shoes! (Shameless plug).



Drop Bag Locations

Exchange

Location

Mile Post

Runners

F – Hell Store

Behind IScream Store

19 miles

50K & 50 Mile Ultra

I HalfMoon HQ

Start/finish area

31 miles

50 Mile Ultra

L Joslyn Lake Rd

Joslyn Lake bug pit

43 miles

50 Mile Ultra



At HQ Start: Boxes labeled Drop Bag Zones F, I, L are at the HQ area. They are delivered to the Drop Bag zones. Put anything you want out on the course in the bag. Identify your bag with your name and other identifiers. Please, no black garbage bags! We are not responsible for lost stuff, so nothing too valuable. Shoes, weird food, Vaseline, Bug Spray, favorite scripture or Mojo.
At The Stations: After using your drop bag, place the bag in the “Return To Finish” box. The return box is taken to the finish area, hourly. If not in the Dead Bag area, it could be returned late or you may have to pick up your drop bag yourself after you finish.
At The HQ Finish: Dead bags and flashlights located in the bag finish area.

Marking: Course is marked primarily with ribbon and arrow signs. Questions: dirtdiva@runningfit.com

  • Dark areas are marked with sticklights, ringlights, white ribbon and other items.

  • Dirt road and grassy aid station areas may have chalk or paint.

  • Pink is the predominant color. The opening and closing sections are in White due to darkness issues.

  • See Color Code, course marking and course description for more details on marking.

  • At times a trail may have more than one color on it for the relay. Stay on your color. For example, Section F in Pink has a left turn for Ultra and in Orange & Black a right turn for Relay.

  • Temporary disorientation is the result of focus evaporation.

  • The course is marked on Friday and remarked throughout the day.


Ribbon: Ribbon is tied to trees, stick flags, signs, benches, poison ivy and vagrants.

  • At intersections, continue straight is marked with continued single ribbons. Turn is marked with two ribbons together in the direction of the upcoming turn. Example: Right side two ribbons or a series of two ribbons, then the course turns right.

  • After the turn, a confirmation ribbon is placed.

  • Some turns, especially in open fields may have swoops of ribbon around the turn.

  • Each leg is marked with a specific color of ribbon with Pink on most sections. White is used on the first two sections due to the darkness. Blue is used on Section C until the Ultra Bypass, which is Pink and has informative signage. The remainder of the 50K is Pink. The subsequent 50Mile trail is pink until the last section, Section M, which is Blue to conflicts. Just read the signs, it only sounds confusing.

  • Red Barrier ribbons and Yellow Caution Tape is used to block Wrong Ways.

  • If you are confused on the ribbon color have a piece of ribbon tied on your hand at each aid station.


Signs: Directional signs are used in certain places to increase likelihood of marking retention.

  • Signs identifying “Aid Station / Exchange” Ahead will also be used.

  • Some signs like 'Wrong Way Moron!’ is used when off the course, verifying you missed a turn.


Paint-Chalk: Some turns on road areas are painted with an arrow on the ground.

Some sections of trail are reused on a different leg. Therefore, the trail may have two colors of ribbon.
Ultra Course Marking & Support Locations


2007 DWD ULTRA SECTIONS

No.

Name

Miles

Color

Support Possible as section begins?

A-U

Awakening

4.75

White, Stick Lights, Reflective

At Start

B-U

Limbo

3.70

White, Stick Lights, Reflective

NO

C-U

This Sucks! (Less?)

4.30

Blue to Pink at Bypass

Hell Creek Ranch




Note: Ultra Only Bypass is Pink

Pink at Bypass

NO

D-U

Stripper Pole, (Shorter)

2.95

Pink

Hell Creek Ranch

E-U

Styx, River of Death

3.25

Pink

Hell Store

F-U

Bad Out of Hell

2.55

Pink

Time Problem

Silver Lake Beach

G-U

Rave Run

3.40

Pink

Silver Lake Beach

H-U

Potto

6.10

Pink

HalfMoon finish




50K Finish

31.0







I-U

Where’s The F’N Bridge

4.65

Pink

Bruin Lake Boat Launch

J-U

Vertigo





3.50

Pink

Time Problem

Boyce Road

K-U

The Stupid Lake


3.90

Pink

Joslyn Lake Bugpit

L-U

Don’t Get No Better


2.85

Pink

Time Problem

Bartell Rd

M-U


Dirt’s Revenge

4.10

Blue

Stick Lights, Reflective

HalfMoon finish




50 Mile

50.00








Ultra Course Summary



Leg

Leg

Hill

Poison

Grunge

Wetness

Ultra

No.

Name

Rating

5=high

Ivy

5=high

Factor





Distance

A-U

Awakening

2.0

1.0

Rocks

No

4.75

B-U

Limbo

1.3

2.4

Horse Dump

No

3.70

C-U

This Sucks (Less)

2.4

5.0

Disgusting Swamps

No

4.30

D-U

Stripper Pole (Shorter)

3.0

5.0

Dirt Ladder

No

2.95

E-U

Styx, the River of Death

1.8

3.0

Wet Dream

Yes

3.25

Ultra Course Summary Continued



Leg

Leg

Hill

Poison

Grunge

Wetness

Ultra

No.

Name

Rating

5=high

Ivy

5=high

Factor





Distance

F-U

Bad Out of Hell

3.5

3.2

Snarky

No

2.55

G-U

Rave Run

3.3

2.0

Scratchers

No

3.40

H-U

Potto

3.4

0.5

Rock

No

6.10




50K Finish













50K

I-U

Where's the F'N Bridge

3.2

3.8

Quicksand

Yes

4.65

J-U

Vertigo

4.2

4.5

Slammers

No

3.50

K--U

The Stupid Lake

3.3

5.0

Duck

Yes

3.90

L-U

Don't Get No Better

2.7

1.5

Raspberry

No

2.85

M-U

Dirt's Revenge

4.0

0.5

Rocks

No

4.10


Ultra Course Details
Section A. Awakening: (White) Distance: 4.75 miles

Start: Half Moon Lake Finish: Doyle Road Crossing Mini Station

Dangerous Road Cross: 3. Nice clean trails to the northern portion of Potto that has not been used in DWD for the past 8 years. Stick lights and other reflective items. Trail volunteers may be helpful after they scare the hell out of you in the dark. Fast and rocking. Mini Aid Station and Drop Light zone at end.




Section B. Limbo (White) Distance: 3.7


Start: Doyle Road Crossing Finish: Hell Creek Ranch.

Dangerous Road Cross: 2. A visit to Jurassic Park or whatever the hell they are doing behind the U of M fence. Make sure you catch the Kelley road cutout. Easy until horse slop. End in opposition of Section E.
Section C. This Sucks - Less (Blue) Distance: 4.3.

Start: Hell Creek Ranch W Finish: Rail to Trail Mini Station

Dangerous Road Cross: 1. New exit, runs opposite of Section D, pink, from aid station to Post 5. Hard left turn at post 5 heads into resistance running course. Someone will screw this up, will it be you? Continues to get more difficult before easy rail trail finish. Ultra shortcut in pink while relay heads to swamps in blue. Mini Aid Station on Rail to Trail turnoff to D.

.

Section D. Stripper Pole - Shortie (Pink) Distance: 2.95.

Start: Pinckney Elementary School Finish: Hell Creek Ranch E.

Dangerous Road Cross: 1 Easy except for the Stripper Pole slide and Dirt Ladder 4 pointer climb. New rout after Dirt Ladder. Gets unmarked as fast as we can remark it. Wicked hill section on former ski-hills then horse trails. From Post 5 to Aid Station is opposite of Section C, blue.
Section E. Styx, the River of Death (Pink) Distance: 3.25

Start: Hell Creek Ranch Finish: Hell Hole

Wet, wet, wet. Dangerous river rocks that cut? Many. Deep holes? some. Did I mention wet. Oh by the way it is wet. The path to Hell is the river of death, Styx. Your tormented soul is ours. Life jacket or swim wings optional. If a shoe comes off, just reach into the mud, there are plenty of them in there. Support shop in Hell for a souvenir at the party store or I Scream parlor and thank them for letting us trash the town! The store is a good place to mail a postcard for the HELL postmark!
Section F. Bad Out of Hell (Pink) Distance: 2.55.

Start: Back of Hell Store Finish: Half Moon Lake Beach

Dangerous Road Cross: 1. Nice uphill on road, Nice uphill on whacked trail. Nice downhill on Potto trail. Good relaxing run after the tough river. Watch for split from Relay Orange & Black.
Section G. Rave Run (Pink) Distance: 3.40.

Start: Silver Lake Beach, Concession lakeside. Finish: Silver Lake Beach Nob


Dangerous Road Crossings 2. Beginning and End are out and back so opposing runners present. A face to face meeting in blind turn could take an eye out. A beautiful trail run. Most say harder than we think.

Section H. Potto (Pink) Distance: 6.1


Start: Silver Lake. End: Half Moon Lake

Dangerous Road Cross: 2. Long, steady power run. Trail mix of hills, rocks, roots and pickers. Watch out for bikes at your back. Miles and miles of hilly rugged trails! A trail marathon style run on the famous Pottowatami trail. Watch road crossings at the start and end. Clean. 50K Finish – 50M Decision.
Section I. Where’s The F’N Bridge? (Pink) Distance: 4.6. .

Start: Half Moon Lake. Finish: Bruin Lake Beach in Campground

Dangerous Road Cross: 3. Dangerous Boat Crossing: 1.

A classic, our first river crossing in 1999. Nice run until the river, then wicked. Revised post scuz. Quick sand, quick mud, quick, your ass is stuck! Plane crashed in 1999 during Sunday cleanup just to see where we ran! Nice, undulating trails to the river, (watch for boat traffic!).
Section J. Vertigo (Pink) Distance: 3.9.

Start Bruin Lake Beach Finish: Boyce Rd.

Relay has a blue loop in the area that Ultra does not go on?

Couple of nasty downhills that may give you vertigo. Ending is away from parking.

Portions of nice trail, road, hill climb, off trail running and a flat ending. Mountain climbs and butt slides in middle. No rivers but some wading through high grass. Open area can be brutally hot.

Section K. The Stupid Lake (Pink) Distance: 3.9.


Start: Boyce Rd. Finish: Joslyn Lake Rd Bug Pit

Aquatics Running 101 is taught here. In fact, you are in the class. Failure is not acceptable. Who’s stupid? Trail Dog measured the lake with his bike. Many runners lost shoes and finished barefoot, ouch! Not for wimps. One big hill and some great trail!

Section L. Don’t Get No Better (Pink) Distance: 2.85

(Every year on the course) .


Start: Joslyn Lake Bug Pit. Finish: Bartell Rd. Hole

Shortcut of 2005 is now the course! Good story on name, ask Head Goat or Trail Dog. Hide ripping but tasty raspberries. Good footing, slow if overgrown, very fast if prisoners have cut the grass. Even faster if they are still out there!


Section M. Dirt’s Revenge (Blue) Distance: 4.1.


Start: Bartell Rd. Parking Finish: Half Moon Lake

Good tempo run. New turns at Hankerd and approaching Crooked Lake Trail. Careful attention to turns as some are sharp, technical and bad time to get off course. Dead Sprint down the Hill to the Finish. Along the beach, team members meet final runner to cross finish together.
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