Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Bates Go Mudding

"The boys were definitely trying to see who could do the most dangerous things and not kill themselves. Nathan was the worst, of course."

-Tori Bates

This week on Bringing Up Bates, the family gets down and dirty on a mud-covered four-wheeling trail. The younger children are thrilled to be able to join the action on their kid-sized ATVs, and the older ones enjoy doing crazy stunts (well, at least the boys do). 

Scroll down to see snapshots and an extended scene.

The show starts at 9pm ET/8pm CT tomorrow on UP. In addition to their mudding adventure, the Bates also receive a visit from sister Michael Keilen and her husband, Brandon Keilen. (Click here to watch the Keilens meet Kaci Lynn Bates for the first time.)
















Photos/video courtesy of UP

14 comments:

  1. Extremely dangerous "toys". Far too many people where I live loosing their lives or on quads every year. Has to be better ways to expend your energy. Productive ways.

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    1. Life is full of danger. Far too many people lose their lives in car accidents. Doesn't mean we should revert to horse and carriages. Main thing is not to be TOO reckless and to never drive impaired!

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    2. More people get hurt in ATV's and died. They always say on TV do get rid of them. They don't even sell them in my area area anymore their not save. 2 kids in my class died from a ATV accident.

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    3. Sorry suppose to say their not safe not save.
      Sorry again.

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    4. Lol. Everybody rides on Atvs where I'm from starting at a young age.

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  2. Looks like they got really messy, and had a great day too! The little kids look sooooooo cute on their little ATVs too! Did they take friends along too,Lily and Ellie?

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  3. Dear Lilly and Ellie,
    Why is Whitney wearing pants? Just curious, I'm not judging. 😊

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    1. Whitney probably didn't want to get her legs muddy.

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  4. I knew he was going to flip that four-wheeler, lol!

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  5. I didn't even watch this episode. I thing this episode was gross. It should have be just the guys going mudding not girls. Girls don't play in mud.

    My niece and nephew said that is gross

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    1. Yes girls play in mud. Especially girls from East Tennessee. Sorry you don't like girls having fun.

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  6. The girls should have stayed home and let the guys go mudding.

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    1. Why are they not allowed to have fun?

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  7. Girls should NOT go mudding? Good grief. The 1800's are calling and it wants it's backwards thinking back. Good for them. Girls can do it too!

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