Anyone in the Plumas County, California, area on Saturday, May 31, 2014, is invited to a Dutch oven cookoff at Greenhorn Creek Guest Ranch at 1 p.m. The ranch is located at 2116 Greenhorn Ranch Road, about 10 miles east of Quincy on State Route 70. The event flyer says there will be "raffles, gunfighters, vendors and music." A pulled pork barbecue tops the day at 5 p.m.
You need to call the ranch to sign-up or receive additional information as the flyer doesn't state the start times for the cookoff. The phone number is (530) 283-0930. You can also email the ranch at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website at www.greenhornranch.com/.
Debbie and I visited the guest ranch yesterday. The cookoff looks like a great way to kickoff their spring season, which opens May 14. We met owners Trish and Ralph Wilburn in the saloon, where they were hanging out after an afternoon mowing the lawn, tending to the horses, etc. Trish invited us to the first weekly public barbecue of the season on Friday, May 30. We won't be able to visit the ranch for the cookoff on Saturday, but will enjoy the barbecue on Friday evening.
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