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Liz Writes Life 5-16-17

Liz Writes Life

May 16, 2017

Liz Writes Life

Published in Siskiyou Daily News, Yreka, CA

Apparently, I have a lot to learn about growing plants in a cold frame. Quickly, we found that the lid must be up during most days in April and May, because it easily gets too hot. And, except for the few dramatic hot nights we had two weeks ago, it must be closed at night. Jack built the cold frame in mid-April and we planted an Early Girl tomato plant and cucumber seeds. Only one cucumber seed came up. I also planted parsley seeds, but none have appeared.

The snow-line dropped to 4,500 feet on Saturday morning, May 6th. The plants did fine in the cold frame, but Sunday morning the freezing cold must have been several hours long as both the tomato and cucumber were burned a bit. The cuc was only 2 leaves big. Yep, pretty tiny. So, we are now covering the tomato and cuc in the cold frame with buckets, when it may freeze and the double covering is working.

During those hot days and nights, I put the three red solo cups of two-inch tall cucumbers under the pine tree to get acclimated. But on May 5th, I thought they would need more protection and put them in the cold frame, instead of bringing them in the house. (They gotta get tough, you know!) Well, the cold on Sunday morning burned those cucs pretty good. I brought them in the house to perk them up, but they are not going to make it.

The rhubarb was huge, so I harvested it last week. There was about 25 pounds of rhubarb and, yes, to Jack’s relief I gave most of it away. I did make some jam using strawberry Jello, but I cooked the rhubarb sauce down too far, before adding the Jello. It is really gooey. Tastes great, but it is very thick and sticky! So, I’ll make sure it is a bit juicy next time. Ugh!

Jefferson

A rallying cry will be held by the Citizens for Fair Representation at the California Capitol in Sacramento on Wed., May 31, 2017. State of Jefferson supporters are planning the rally that will be held at 11 a.m. A bus has been chartered that will leave Yreka Wal-Mart at 5:45 a.m. on May 31st the cost is $35 per person. To ride the air conditioned bus and join the rally, call Louise Gliatto at 530-842-5443 or Pauline Cramer at 530-468-2680. The group needs 55 riders to secure the bus, and, unfortunately, the deadline is very short – tomorrow, Wednesday, May 17th. So call immediately for your seat on the bus.

The Citizens for Fair Representation submitted a lawsuit complaint to the CA. Secretary of State Alex Padilla last Tuesday, May 9, 2017. The rally is to show support for fair representation in our legislative elections.

POW

Because of the Memorial Day holiday, Scott Valley Protect Our Water will hold its next meeting on Thursday, June 1, 2017 at the Fort Jones Community Center. Lisa Nixon, Siskiyou Co.  Supervisor for Dist. 4, will be there to speak about the ad-hoc Cannabis Committee she is serving on. There will be discussion and possible action on the report from the ad-hoc Cannabis Committee today at the Board of Supervisors’ meeting. So by June 1, there should be even more info for Lisa to share.

Bundy

Two weeks ago, we learned that rancher Ammon Bundy was tortured in the Pahrump (Nevada) Federal Detention Center – prison. He was shackled around his ankles and handcuffed holding his arms behind his back, then placed in a three-foot by three-foot shower stall and left for 13 hours. No food or water or bathroom breaks. When he was released by several swat team members that were dressed in full tactical gear, he was stripped naked put on the floor, inspected and told to raise his arms above his head. He was not able to do it, so they did it for him! His legs were bleeding from the shackles and he could barely walk.

Then he was put in a tiny solitary confinement cell – naked — again. Guards finally stuffed his undergarments through the food slot. Through a phone call, Ammon was able to relate this latest inhumane treatment. He was told by the guards they intended to leave him in the stall for 72 hours and, if still alive, to be taken to a medical room where an I.V. would have been inserted to keep him from dying from dehydration. In the phone call, he certainly sounds disoriented from pain, abuse and possibly hypothermia.

I don’t understand this type of dreadful treatment, especially when civilians are afforded protections from inhumane treatment and attack through the international Geneva Convention.

Ammon has been acquitted of felonies in the Portland, Oregon trial; and the first trial for the April 2014 Bundy ranch stand-off against the BLM was a mistrial, this year, in Las Vegas. Ammon has been incarcerated for more than 400 days, denied bail and, certainly, the right to speedy trials.

Shari Dovale, writer for Redoubt News.com, wrote an article and released the phone call through a video that has now had more than 92,000 views. As a result, a call-to-action has gone out to rally in Pahrump and protest Ammon’s torture. The federal government responded by locking down the prison and refusing all inmates any visitors over that weekend.

Also, something that is curious is the Facility Leader (new title for prison superintendent) was removed, during the past two weeks, and a new woman is now at the helm

I don’t know who is leading the protest, but it looks to be grass roots driven. Campers can stay for 14 days, without a BLM permit. So the organizers hope more people will show up. It is a peaceful protest across the highway from the prison and local businesses have donated porta-potties and water.

Liz Bowen is a native of Siskiyou County and lives near Callahan. Call her at 530-467-3515.

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