Quotes of the month: November 2017

By a staff member who did a web search just before deadline.

Notable quotable from the pages of Bass Lake Beacon, November 2017.

Pre-written.

“Something went horribly wrong with one of our frying pans. But it’s all behind us now. We’ve put it on the backburner.” — Clem Brickston, proprietor, Bass Lake Inn-Convenience

“I chalk it up to a reduced decrease in lack of carelessness.” — Vance Global, associate chief, Bass Lake Fire and Emergency Institute

It’s been a bust the last couple of years. “Right in the crapper. Can I say that in print?” — Cooper Sanderstroms, owner-operator, Cooper’s Coops and Chicken Accessories

“We’ve had two, no, one ribbon cutting in the past two years. I’ve had to sell my private collection of commemorative ribbons. At a loss.”
— Jen Sparkle, Jen’s Ribbon Cutting

“We figured we’d find canoes and anchors. What we found were eyeglasses — reading glasses, distance-vision glasses, bifocals – which I believe help with both reading and distance – sunglasses, even a few pair of beer goggles.” — Webb Foote, local diver

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