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Page 6 - Thursday, August 10, 2000 Mo[{ys at wor00 and at p[ay kV100at a gorgeous bunch af ba00cs! Since their beginning in 1991, John Kinkade, head packer for the USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Region and his team of five pack mules have hauled 1,091,970 pounds of freight over 3,467 miles of trail and participated in 114 parades. Kinkade, a native of Cody, Wyoming, now reside.s in Morrison, Colorado. He and his set of "Molly  (female) mules have been working in the Custer division of the Black Hills National For- est this summer hauling about 25,000 pounds of gravel into area trails, etc. They are the only paekstring in the Rocky Mountain region supplying needed support to maintain thou- sands of miles of trails. Being in the area at this time allowed them to participate in the Crook County Fair festivities for all to enjoy. The purpose of the packstring is twofold. They provide labor and transportation as well as serving as equine goodwill am- bassadors to educate the public about minimal impact and "leave-no-trace" uses of public lands. They have been used for such things as packing out airplane wreckage from mountainous areas, trash removal of all kinds from wilderness regions and to pack out artifacts for historical foundations. This string has packed nearly a total of 94,000 pounds since May 15 and will see about 6,000 to 10,000 miles of trailer hauling distance by the end of the year. Kinkade grew up no stranger to the outfitting profession. "My father was an outfitter and put the fire in my blood to live the packer life," said Kinkade. Kinkade&apos;s string typically consists of five mules and two riding horses. The mules range in ages from seven to eighteen years and are usually purchased from breeders in Tennessee. "Mules are still used extensively in Tennessee and many good breed- ers are located there," said Kinkade. Mules were at one time the standard working stock of a grow- ing nation and have once again become irreplaceable contribu- tors to managing wilderness and roadless areas where the use of mechanized vehicles is prohibited. They have proven to be far more dependable and effective on narrow winding trails than any other type of stock. They are also much less expensive than helicopters for hauling freight into the mountainous ar- eas. Kinkade said they invite the public to visit them in their work- ing environment. At this time he is working with Mark Lambert and other local Sundance personnel to present a packing school in this area. Anyone interested in learning the ins-and-outs of packing should contact Mark Lambert at 283-2530. Ask US About specialty printed "Pen" "Pencils" ,Unbtmtt Tis THANK YOU, Pinnacle Bank, for buying my Market Your support of the 4-H - Livestock Sale and the Crook Fair is greatly Stefanle Crozier FOCU On good e' for you and your Fanlil Optic 1410 North Ae. #till Spearfish, SD 577tc Monday- Fiiday 830 to 5:30] ' ' ts Saturday 9:00 to noon, t fi Evening Hours by Appoinm to I, , . . ,411te I t605 ! 642-0387 t011 free. 1 888 Boo00 Buy Now & Save 30% On ALL Harley Davidson boots in stock Aug. 11, 12 & 13[ Men's <,q LadieS' Mega Tem Conductor Hi Mike Surber, Acting Bearlodge District Ranger The Forest Service has made the decision to implement fire restrictions on all Black Hills National Forest lands-in Wyoming. This decision was made locally in conjunc- tion with the open burning restriction imple- mented by the Crook County commission- ers and was agreed upon due to our current ve.ry high fire danger. As I mentioned in this column last week, the acreage burned in the United States this year, using a ten-year average, is over twice what has usually burned by this time of the summer. As of August 7, we exceeded four million acres burned nationwide. With the rally currently underway our situa- tion has been even further magnified due to the increased number of folks we have camping on National Forest land. The decision to implement fire restrictions involves many factors. A!ong with the very high fire danger, we have to consider our current shortage of firefighting resources and long-range weather forecasts. 1 would expect these fire restrictions to remain in place for the remainder of the summer and possibly into the fall. Until we receive what we call a "season ending event", meaning a week of rain or a heavy wet snowfall, fire restrictions will remain. Our larger down logs and heavier dead "fuels" are at approximately 12 percent moisture and will require a prolonged period of precipitation in order to absorb the moisture necessal 3' to minimize the risk of ignition. When our large "fuels" are at this level of moisture, a day or two of rain doesn't solve the problem. As soon as we get a couple of hot, dry_ days, we are right back where we started. We realize these fire restrictions will inconvenience some folks recreating in the Black Hills National Forest in Wyoming, but are a necessaD measure that could possibly prevent the occurrence of a cataslrophic wildfire. SPORTSMAN UPDATE ii Hunters are alerted that all doe/fawn deer and antelope li- censes and extra cow/calf elk licenses left over from the draw- ing will go on sale Aug. 15 at li- cense agents in the respective hunt areas. For more information on the license agents carrying these li- censes contact any G&,F office. .:..:..:. Mark your calendars! Plan to be at the third annual Wyoming Hunting and Fishing Heritage Exposition Sept. 8-10 at the Casper Events Center. You will have access to more than 150 hands-on outdoor skills activi- ties, exhibits, seminars and demonstrations. There will be activities inside and outside the Events Center and at two nearby shooting ranges. Some of the activities being offered during the Expo include wildlife photography, hunting and fishing skills, canoeing, rifle and shotgun shooting and ar- chery clinics. You will also have the opportunity to meet Dallas Cowboys football star and tele- vision personality, Jay Novacek, members of the US Olympic Shooting Team, and Outdoor Life magazine writer and hunting book author, Jim Zumbo. You can do all of this at the Expo and it's all free. The Expo promises to be an exceptional three days for any- one with an.interest in hunting, fishing, and the outdoors. For more information on the Expo contact any G&F office or check out the G&F website at http'// gf.state.wy.us. .kU, gU. L"/I " "-' " S'" ].U.L" .,|1 we begin the hike, giv'Lng par- ...................... ticipants the opportunity to . . . j. ::;., t: ::;, .... '; 1arri about nightlife at the moon walk set rower," C00z.sty. "The trail is about a mile long and at Devils Tower The August full moon walk at Devils Tower will be held at 8:30 p.m. on Saturday, August 12. Chief of Interpre- tation, Christine Czazasty, will lead this month's walk. Participants should meet at the Joyner Ridge Trailhead. "The sun will be setting as moderately difficult. Flash- lights and bug spray are rec- ommended. Participants should wear sturdy shoes or boots.  Directions to the trailhead may be obtained at the en- trance station or the visitor center. Admission to this event is free with a paid park entrance. For additional infor- mation, call 307-467-5283. Bareback Riding 1. Oustin Reeves ......................... $3391,13 2. TK Sampson ............................ $1663.88 3. Quentin Shadbolt ..................... $1021.27 4, Mark Smith ................................. $331.74 5 Rollie Wilson ............................. $30943 6, Chris Timberman ....................... $303.13 7 Scott Reder ................................ $133.08 8, Dave Thompson .......................... $99.36 9. Kelly Timberman .......................... $15.77 Saddle Bronc 1 John Hunt ............................... $302804 2. Rob Henwocd .......................... $1832.85 3 DJ Martin ................................. $1825.36 4 Randy Johnson ........................ $1450.01 5 Clay Fartee .............................. $96078 6. Jeff Willert .................................. $935 78 7 Billy Martin ............................... $879.47 8, Bucky Derflinger ........................ $854.45 9 Clete Schmidt ........................... $53188 10. Joe Wishard ............................ $221 99 Bull Riding 1. Tim Stuen .............................. $3460.00 2 Chris Novak ......................... $1722.29 3. Dusty Herren ........................... $1668.51 4 Ryan Miller .............................. $1552.99 5. Clayton Williams ..................... $1249.52 6 Wacey Kornemann .................. $1036.99 7. Brian Curtis ................................ $77982 8 Gene Ferguson .......................... $75666 9. Jerry Woodward ....................... $742.93 10 Josh Nixon ............................. $68269 Calf Roping 1. Jay Mattson ............................. $3516.50 2 Paul Tierney ............................ $3000.43 3 Will LaDuke ........................... $2781.17 4 Justin Scofield ...................... $25t6.79 5 Scott Lammers .................... $2404.99 6 Boe Brown ........................... $238501 7 Billy Gallino ..................... $2013.42 8 Brian Fulton .......................... $196161 9 Marvin Arneson .................. $1828,08 10. Troy Pruitt ............................ $1672.86 Steer Wrestling 1 Erin Simon ...................... $4722.06 2 Todd Williamson .................... $2071.26 3 Dean Moncur .......................... $1910.76 4. TJ. Steele ......................... $167677 5 Billy Gallino ....................... $1631.46 6. J.B. Lord ................................ $1371.12 7. Carl Frauen ........................... $949.25 6 Jeremy Wagner .................... $75119 9 Zac Long .............................. $74576 10 Nik Harem ................................ $687.86 Team Roping 1 Shaun Ruland .................. $4436.56 2 Billy Gallino ....................... $4302.61 3 JB Lord ................. $416770 4 Ross Carson ............. $4033.36 7. Tom Crane ................................ $3305.32 8. Jake Nelson .............................. $2973.75 9. Scott Mackey ............................. $2706.76 10, Jay Mattson ............................... $2393.30, Old Men's Breakaway 1. Court Sears ............................... $4161,82 2. Sullivan WhiteWolf ................... $3143.01 3, Rocky Tibbs .............................. $2619.73 4. Fred Berzel ............................... $2226.38 5, Fielding Phillips ........................ $2015.67 6. Jack Belkham ........................... $1602.07 7. Francis Knippling ...................... $1463.52 8. Jerry Golliher ............................ $1417.87 9. Aden Hulm ................................ $1369.25 10. Jim O'Dea ................................. $1188.28 Ladies' Breakawsy 1, Sunnie Fish .............................. $5328.94 2. Tracy Maher ............................. $3490.55 3. Zeann Golliher ......................... $3274,23 4: Deann Morgan ......................... $2844,98 5 Carissa Shearer ....................... $2744.96 6 Dawn Homme .......................... $1909.38 7, Karen Miller .............................. $1495.48 8. Joanna Murray ......................... $1317.17 9. Sonya Merrill ............................ $1205.94 10 Jonee Phillips .......................... $1167.89 Barrel Racing 1. Lisa Lammers .......................... $3425.82 2. Jackie Whitcher ....................... $3143.39 3. Jill Schimkat ............................. $2870,43 4. Martee Pruitt ............................ $1560.72 5. Zeann Golliher ......................... $1270,53 6, Lainee Shearer ........................ $1149.16 7 Amanda Richardson .................. $964.49 8 Jamie Chaffin ............................ $937,02 9, Shelley Spratt ............................. $853.22 10. Dianne Wenande ....................... $620.50 Ladies' Goat Tying 1, Lynn Wiebe .............................. $271426 2 Sunnie Fish .............................. $2059.91 3. Kristi Ferguson ........................ $1357.67 4. Faye LaDuke ............................ $1082,34 5 Patty Jo Burress ....................... $1001.15 6. Brandi Nelson ............................ $811.46 7. Renee Gropper .......................... $684.38 8. Dawn Homme ............................ $673.21 9 Dori Hollenbeck ......................... $579.46 10, Codi Seeley ................................ $557.94 Ladies' All Around 1 Sunnie Fish .............................. $7604.04 2 Zeann Golliher ........................ $4544.76 Men's All Around 1 Chris Novak ............................. $1785.34 2 Ryan Miller ............................... $1644.66 Ladies' Rookie 1 Codi Seeley ............................. $1068.11 2 Renee Burress ........................ $359.39 Men's Rookie 5 Guy Howell ...................... $354408 1, D.J, Martin .............................. $182536 6 Seth Weishaar ............ $3544.08 2. Will Haugen ............................ $330,77 Sponsored by: "Sa/eTerms:f'-'l]rr,, TRuENORTHERN AG' 3 il VALUE SUPPLY Checks / I  27 t 9 SOUTH HIGHWAY 585 (1/2 MILE SOUTH OF 1-90) asler CarONrSAJ 5S or 1-888-248-0604 SUNDANCE WY 82729 i ' i i , i i Sp00sh "mu" Fmall Shoe Store" Downtown Spearfish Visit our web site at: www,speaffish.corn M-F 8-6 9-5 * Sun. 12-4 Hoppy's t;ar WaSh : , ::> . Special Introductory Offer  a , Buy Hoppy's Car Wash Tokens At A Discou0; ' Tokens Good For I Hour ,, o.w SzO, SAVE00O% COW POKES" ByAce Reid i "Ever since he lost his pants on them Eye-talian bulls, the boss has been testy about spaghetti." Sundance State Bank Phone 283-1074 Page 6 - Thursday, August 10, 2000 Mo[{ys at wor00 and at p[ay kV100at a gorgeous bunch af ba00cs! Since their beginning in 1991, John Kinkade, head packer for the USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Region and his team of five pack mules have hauled 1,091,970 pounds of freight over 3,467 miles of trail and participated in 114 parades. Kinkade, a native of Cody, Wyoming, now reside.s in Morrison, Colorado. He and his set of "Molly  (female) mules have been working in the Custer division of the Black Hills National For- est this summer hauling about 25,000 pounds of gravel into area trails, etc. They are the only paekstring in the Rocky Mountain region supplying needed support to maintain thou- sands of miles of trails. Being in the area at this time allowed them to participate in the Crook County Fair festivities for all to enjoy. The purpose of the packstring is twofold. They provide labor and transportation as well as serving as equine goodwill am- bassadors to educate the public about minimal impact and "leave-no-trace" uses of public lands. They have been used for such things as packing out airplane wreckage from mountainous areas, trash removal of all kinds from wilderness regions and to pack out artifacts for historical foundations. This string has packed nearly a total of 94,000 pounds since May 15 and will see about 6,000 to 10,000 miles of trailer hauling distance by the end of the year. Kinkade grew up no stranger to the outfitting profession. "My father was an outfitter and put the fire in my blood to live the packer life," said Kinkade. Kinkade's string typically consists of five mules and two riding horses. The mules range in ages from seven to eighteen years and are usually purchased from breeders in Tennessee. "Mules are still used extensively in Tennessee and many good breed- ers are located there," said Kinkade. Mules were at one time the standard working stock of a grow- ing nation and have once again become irreplaceable contribu- tors to managing wilderness and roadless areas where the use of mechanized vehicles is prohibited. They have proven to be far more dependable and effective on narrow winding trails than any other type of stock. They are also much less expensive than helicopters for hauling freight into the mountainous ar- eas. Kinkade said they invite the public to visit them in their work- ing environment. At this time he is working with Mark Lambert and other local Sundance personnel to present a packing school in this area. Anyone interested in learning the ins-and-outs of packing should contact Mark Lambert at 283-2530. Ask US About specialty printed "Pen" "Pencils" ,Unbtmtt Tis THANK YOU, Pinnacle Bank, for buying my Market Your support of the 4-H - Livestock Sale and the Crook Fair is greatly Stefanle Crozier FOCU On good e' for you and your Fanlil Optic 1410 North Ae. #till Spearfish, SD 577tc Monday- Fiiday 830 to 5:30] ' ' ts Saturday 9:00 to noon, t fi Evening Hours by Appoinm to I, , . . ,411te I t605 ! 642-0387 t011 free. 1 888 Boo00 Buy Now & Save 30% On ALL Harley Davidson boots in stock Aug. 11, 12 & 13[ Men's <,q LadieS' Mega Tem Conductor Hi Mike Surber, Acting Bearlodge District Ranger The Forest Service has made the decision to implement fire restrictions on all Black Hills National Forest lands-in Wyoming. This decision was made locally in conjunc- tion with the open burning restriction imple- mented by the Crook County commission- ers and was agreed upon due to our current ve.ry high fire danger. As I mentioned in this column last week, the acreage burned in the United States this year, using a ten-year average, is over twice what has usually burned by this time of the summer. As of August 7, we exceeded four million acres burned nationwide. With the rally currently underway our situa- tion has been even further magnified due to the increased number of folks we have camping on National Forest land. The decision to implement fire restrictions involves many factors. A!ong with the very high fire danger, we have to consider our current shortage of firefighting resources and long-range weather forecasts. 1 would expect these fire restrictions to remain in place for the remainder of the summer and possibly into the fall. Until we receive what we call a "season ending event", meaning a week of rain or a heavy wet snowfall, fire restrictions will remain. Our larger down logs and heavier dead "fuels" are at approximately 12 percent moisture and will require a prolonged period of precipitation in order to absorb the moisture necessal 3' to minimize the risk of ignition. When our large "fuels" are at this level of moisture, a day or two of rain doesn't solve the problem. As soon as we get a couple of hot, dry_ days, we are right back where we started. We realize these fire restrictions will inconvenience some folks recreating in the Black Hills National Forest in Wyoming, but are a necessaD measure that could possibly prevent the occurrence of a cataslrophic wildfire. SPORTSMAN UPDATE ii Hunters are alerted that all doe/fawn deer and antelope li- censes and extra cow/calf elk licenses left over from the draw- ing will go on sale Aug. 15 at li- cense agents in the respective hunt areas. For more information on the license agents carrying these li- censes contact any G&,F office. .:..:..:. Mark your calendars! Plan to be at the third annual Wyoming Hunting and Fishing Heritage Exposition Sept. 8-10 at the Casper Events Center. You will have access to more than 150 hands-on outdoor skills activi- ties, exhibits, seminars and demonstrations. There will be activities inside and outside the Events Center and at two nearby shooting ranges. Some of the activities being offered during the Expo include wildlife photography, hunting and fishing skills, canoeing, rifle and shotgun shooting and ar- chery clinics. You will also have the opportunity to meet Dallas Cowboys football star and tele- vision personality, Jay Novacek, members of the US Olympic Shooting Team, and Outdoor Life magazine writer and hunting book author, Jim Zumbo. You can do all of this at the Expo and it's all free. The Expo promises to be an exceptional three days for any- one with an.interest in hunting, fishing, and the outdoors. For more information on the Expo contact any G&F office or check out the G&F website at http'// gf.state.wy.us. .kU, gU. L"/I " "-' " S'" ].U.L" .,|1 we begin the hike, giv'Lng par- ...................... ticipants the opportunity to . . . j. ::;., t: ::;, .... '; 1arri about nightlife at the moon walk set rower," C00z.sty. "The trail is about a mile long and at Devils Tower The August full moon walk at Devils Tower will be held at 8:30 p.m. on Saturday, August 12. Chief of Interpre- tation, Christine Czazasty, will lead this month's walk. Participants should meet at the Joyner Ridge Trailhead. "The sun will be setting as moderately difficult. Flash- lights and bug spray are rec- ommended. Participants should wear sturdy shoes or boots.  Directions to the trailhead may be obtained at the en- trance station or the visitor center. Admission to this event is free with a paid park entrance. For additional infor- mation, call 307-467-5283. Bareback Riding 1. Oustin Reeves ......................... $3391,13 2. TK Sampson ............................ $1663.88 3. Quentin Shadbolt ..................... $1021.27 4, Mark Smith ................................. $331.74 5 Rollie Wilson ............................. $30943 6, Chris Timberman ....................... $303.13 7 Scott Reder ................................ $133.08 8, Dave Thompson .......................... $99.36 9. Kelly Timberman .......................... $15.77 Saddle Bronc 1 John Hunt ............................... $302804 2. Rob Henwocd .......................... $1832.85 3 DJ Martin ................................. $1825.36 4 Randy Johnson ........................ $1450.01 5 Clay Fartee .............................. $96078 6. Jeff Willert .................................. $935 78 7 Billy Martin ............................... $879.47 8, Bucky Derflinger ........................ $854.45 9 Clete Schmidt ........................... $53188 10. Joe Wishard ............................ $221 99 Bull Riding 1. Tim Stuen .............................. $3460.00 2 Chris Novak ......................... $1722.29 3. Dusty Herren ........................... $1668.51 4 Ryan Miller .............................. $1552.99 5. Clayton Williams ..................... $1249.52 6 Wacey Kornemann .................. $1036.99 7. Brian Curtis ................................ $77982 8 Gene Ferguson .......................... $75666 9. Jerry Woodward ....................... $742.93 10 Josh Nixon ............................. $68269 Calf Roping 1. Jay Mattson ............................. $3516.50 2 Paul Tierney ............................ $3000.43 3 Will LaDuke ........................... $2781.17 4 Justin Scofield ...................... $25t6.79 5 Scott Lammers .................... $2404.99 6 Boe Brown ........................... $238501 7 Billy Gallino ..................... $2013.42 8 Brian Fulton .......................... $196161 9 Marvin Arneson .................. $1828,08 10. Troy Pruitt ............................ $1672.86 Steer Wrestling 1 Erin Simon ...................... $4722.06 2 Todd Williamson .................... $2071.26 3 Dean Moncur .......................... $1910.76 4. TJ. Steele ......................... $167677 5 Billy Gallino ....................... $1631.46 6. J.B. Lord ................................ $1371.12 7. Carl Frauen ........................... $949.25 6 Jeremy Wagner .................... $75119 9 Zac Long .............................. $74576 10 Nik Harem ................................ $687.86 Team Roping 1 Shaun Ruland .................. $4436.56 2 Billy Gallino ....................... $4302.61 3 JB Lord ................. $416770 4 Ross Carson ............. $4033.36 7. Tom Crane ................................ $3305.32 8. Jake Nelson .............................. $2973.75 9. Scott Mackey ............................. $2706.76 10, Jay Mattson ............................... $2393.30, Old Men's Breakaway 1. Court Sears ............................... $4161,82 2. Sullivan WhiteWolf ................... $3143.01 3, Rocky Tibbs .............................. $2619.73 4. Fred Berzel ............................... $2226.38 5, Fielding Phillips ........................ $2015.67 6. Jack Belkham ........................... $1602.07 7. Francis Knippling ...................... $1463.52 8. Jerry Golliher ............................ $1417.87 9. Aden Hulm ................................ $1369.25 10. Jim O'Dea ................................. $1188.28 Ladies' Breakawsy 1, Sunnie Fish .............................. $5328.94 2. Tracy Maher ............................. $3490.55 3. Zeann Golliher ......................... $3274,23 4: Deann Morgan ......................... $2844,98 5 Carissa Shearer ....................... $2744.96 6 Dawn Homme .......................... $1909.38 7, Karen Miller .............................. $1495.48 8. Joanna Murray ......................... $1317.17 9. Sonya Merrill ............................ $1205.94 10 Jonee Phillips .......................... $1167.89 Barrel Racing 1. Lisa Lammers .......................... $3425.82 2. Jackie Whitcher ....................... $3143.39 3. Jill Schimkat ............................. $2870,43 4. Martee Pruitt ............................ $1560.72 5. Zeann Golliher ......................... $1270,53 6, Lainee Shearer ........................ $1149.16 7 Amanda Richardson .................. $964.49 8 Jamie Chaffin ............................ $937,02 9, Shelley Spratt ............................. $853.22 10. Dianne Wenande ....................... $620.50 Ladies' Goat Tying 1, Lynn Wiebe .............................. $271426 2 Sunnie Fish .............................. $2059.91 3. Kristi Ferguson ........................ $1357.67 4. Faye LaDuke ............................ $1082,34 5 Patty Jo Burress ....................... $1001.15 6. Brandi Nelson ............................ $811.46 7. Renee Gropper .......................... $684.38 8. Dawn Homme ............................ $673.21 9 Dori Hollenbeck ......................... $579.46 10, Codi Seeley ................................ $557.94 Ladies' All Around 1 Sunnie Fish .............................. $7604.04 2 Zeann Golliher ........................ $4544.76 Men's All Around 1 Chris Novak ............................. $1785.34 2 Ryan Miller ............................... $1644.66 Ladies' Rookie 1 Codi Seeley ............................. $1068.11 2 Renee Burress ........................ $359.39 Men's Rookie 5 Guy Howell ...................... $354408 1, D.J, Martin .............................. $182536 6 Seth Weishaar ............ $3544.08 2. Will Haugen ............................ $330,77 Sponsored by: "Sa/eTerms:f'-'l]rr,, TRuENORTHERN AG' 3 il VALUE SUPPLY Checks / I  27 t 9 SOUTH HIGHWAY 585 (1/2 MILE SOUTH OF 1-90) asler CarONrSAJ 5S or 1-888-248-0604 SUNDANCE WY 82729 i ' i i , i i Sp00sh "mu" Fmall Shoe Store" Downtown Spearfish Visit our web site at: www,speaffish.corn M-F 8-6 9-5 * Sun. 12-4 Hoppy's t;ar WaSh : , ::> . Special Introductory Offer  a , Buy Hoppy's Car Wash Tokens At A Discou0; ' Tokens Good For I Hour ,, o.w SzO, SAVE00O% COW POKES" ByAce Reid i "Ever since he lost his pants on them Eye-talian bulls, the boss has been testy about spaghetti." Sundance State Bank Phone 283-1074