Ruby Ridge will be calling “en fwauty fwaur” while traveling 75 miles per hour on the way to West Wendover once again on Saturday, Nov. 15.
The QCares Foundation, the charitable arm of QSaltLake has scheduled another bus trip to the border city and the New Zealand-born Ruby Ridge has agreed to host the bus.
The increased price of fuel has raised the price to run the bus the 120 miles, but organizers were reluctant to raise the price of the trip.
“Our favorite trips are those that have a full bus,” said Michael Aaron, publisher of QSaltLake. “Though this is a fundraiser, it’s also about fun.”
Tickets are $21 per person and include the trip out and back, $5 cash back from the Montego Bay Casino, a choice of a brunch or dinner buffet at the Montego, Rainbow or Peppermill casino restaurants, a free drink coupon and lucky bucks which can be played as cash at any of the casinos’ tables.
Ruby Ridge is a QSaltLake columnist who has been dressing in “camp drag” (cross dressing with no intention of looking even remotely female … to the point of leaving a full glitter-coated goatee) for many years to raise funds for dozens of charities. Sharp-tongued and politically aware, Ridge is a favorite at Third Friday Bingo at the First Baptist Church. In October, bingo raised over $600 towards the RCGSE People with AIDS fund which gives a $100 bill to those affected by HIV/AIDS during the Christmas season.
The bus will leave the Club Try-Angles parking lot at 12:00 noon and will return by about 9:00 p.m.
Tickets are available at gaywendover.com or by calling Brown Paper Tickets at 1-800-838-3006.