Water, red clay and a little shelter ...

... made Friday's mug boggin' pretty exciting ...

... with a number of special truck classes participating

The rain seemed to have little effect on participants and spectators at last night's annual Wood Festival Truck Mud Bog, which lasted well into the night.

Calhoun's favorite red-neck event was a rain, red clay and umbrella night, with several cars getting hung up in the grassy fields used for parking.

While attendance was dampened compared to last years event, a large number of folks came out.

The trucks sped down the mud track at high speeds, chasing the money prizes.


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