June 8th, 6024
NGH “X-Stream” Josh Rogers has decreed that the redshirts of the Queho Posse will again set sail from Laughlin for the 18th annual sailing of the Queho’st Gaurd, whereupon all shall learn of the history of Tristate. Tristate was a short lived community on which was built in the 1920s approximately where the Nevada end of the Davis Dam is today. It boasted housing, bars, stores, a school, and an internal-combustion engine powered ferry which carried workers across the river to the Katherine Mine on the Arizona side. With a road built for its grand opening in 1921, Tristate was going to be the next big thing, but instead became a true twentieth century ghost town. Only those who attend will learn the history of this corner of southern Nevada, and its short-lived claim as a boom town.
Be sure to mark your calendar, and join the 18th annual sailing of the Queho’st Gaurd. There may even be some unusual attendees, though it must be noted that that is a relative term when dealing with Clamper events.
Bring your PBCs, and remember the floggings continue until attitudes improve.
We will be accepting signups on our website via PayPal as well as snail mail. Seating is limited, and last year, the boat was full. Paypal is suggested to ensure your seat.
Get your flyer right here & submit your gold dust via PayPal! (mail is welcome too, you old bastard)