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14 Thursday; June 26; 1997 Pldap Vallty Gette Out Esmeralda Way Swinging weekend in Fish Lake Valley by:Carol Sirnes Good Morning! This past weekend (June 20-22, 1997) the Fish Lake Valley Volunteer Fire Department & Boonies hbsted the summer bike run and hog roast, with kudos going to Ken Elgin, Dirk Andrews, and Ken Aldrich and their crew in preparing the hog roast. The dinner was delicious - the meat so tender a person with no teeth could gum it down. Some history on Boonies; in 1987 Frank Smith and friends in the area built the bar and restaurant with Charlotte and Bob Bumgarner taking over later that year. It changed hands Jan. 3, 1995, when Marcel and Ursula Ambrezewicz bought it. The building is surrounded by plenty of shade trees and parking space, and the restaurant has a full-size menu. Their summer hours are 11 a.m. - 10 p.m. Years ago, Charlotte and Bob started the hog roast and bike run which lasted five years, and is being revived again by Marcel and Ursula. Not enough entrants showed up this year for the run, but the bikers did make it for the roast and dance Saturday night to the lively music of Rocky & Friends, from Mammoth, Calif. Two black leather jackets were raffled off with the ladle's jacket being won by Karen Robertson and the men's jacket won by Kathy Moore. Winner of the Biker's Hotdog contest was Louise Cavalliere with her husband Sid Cavalliere driving. Those of you who haven't seen this contest, it's really neat! A door-shaped pole frame is erected about 7 feet high and wide enough for the biker to slowly drive through, while a partner behind him tries to bite the hotdog in half which is dangling from the top bar tied with string! Plans have begun for next year's hog roast and bike run! The Country Attic, owned and operated by Vicki and Danny Serfess, opened seven years ago. It's a variety store with a little bit of everything. Summer hours are 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Last, but not least, in 1978 Norm and Angle Williams established the Esmeralda Store with two gas pumps. Ken and LaCinda Elgin took over in 1991. The store serves the community with a wide variety of goods, sodas, beer, ice, snacks and fresh fruit. Summer hours are 8 a.m.-9 :p.m. Writers tour Goldfield On June 18, 1997, writers from the west coast and Canada stop in town for a tour of Goldfield on their six-day tour of Nevada, hosted by the Nevada Pioneer Territory and the Nevada Cormnission on Tourism Their itinerary began June 15, 1997, in Reno, with stops in Yerington, Walker Lake, Hawthorne, Gabbs, Berlin Ichtyosaur State Park, Ione, Austin, Round MountainGold Mine, Man- hattan, Belmont, Tonopah, Goldfield, Scotty's Castle, Beatty, Rhyoli, Amgosa a House, Pahrump, Furnace Creek and Dea Valley. The tour in Las Vegas was June 21. Due to their tight ule, they were unable to spend as much time as they wished at each location. While in town. Slim Sirnes took them through the Gold- field Hotel, then Sarah Ridgeway guided them through the Esmeralda County courthouse, with the next stop at the Santa Fe Saloon, then the old Telegraph Company and the Nixon- Wingfield Building. Those in the group were Barbara Braasch of Sunset Magazine, San Jose Mercury News and San Francisco Examiner, Palo Alto, Calif: Bob Carter of RV Journal and RV Today, from Oxnard, Calif: Gary Cralle of Canadian Publications, from Toronto. Ontario. Canada; Don and Dene Dachner of Travelin' Magazine, from Dixon, Calif; Maxye and Lou Henry of Trailer Life, from Ventura, Calif; Michael Rafferty of Placerville Mountain Democrat, from Placerville, Calif; and Chuck Woodbury, creator and writer of Out West Magazine, which he started in 1989 while traveling around the west in his motor home with a type- writer, finding many things of interest and small towns many of us ne'Ser heard of until, now. The hosts on this trip were Pat Parsons of Pioneer Terri- tory; Jackie Brett of Nevada Commission on Tourism, and most important the bus driver Lynn Medly. July 4th celebration The Goldfield Volunteer Fire Department is sponsoring its 2nd annual July 4th celebration in the park with kids games at 10 a.m.; adult games at 12 noon; potluck barbeque at 2 p.m:, with raffles and auction. A dance wi 11 be held July 3, at the park 7 p.m. until? Recall filed against DA Three Fishlake Vley residents filed a recall petition on June 17 with the Esmeralda count), Recorder's office against Esmeralda County District Attorney Steve Evenson. The three petitioners were William Right, Francis Lien and Patricia Hudson. No further details could be determined at press time. I No Mexican D.I. Saturday-00 / Nights If you want to party Come on over & Party I?,ouble Eagle Style Country Mint Band k i what you have laeard we are not closed