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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, May 26, 2010 9B LONGBOARDS, from page 8B Conry has a creative side that goes beyond what he does in the kitchen. Early on, he envisioned the restaurant as a kind of theater. "I used to think of it as a play. You know, we had all day to get ready. You've got rehearsal, makeup and all that needs to be on the stage. And then, at five o'clock, the curtains open, and you'd better be ready.., and it's not just the actors, because somebody built the set, is working the lights, doing the music -- all these people that you don't see," said Conry. Clearly a big picture thinker, Conry can stand back from the stage and appreciate what his. staff, working in concert, has created. He can also enjoy being a part of the cycle that starts on the farms and ends up when his customers enjoy an excellent meal. "It's the customers that make it Longboards. The same people that are eating here and consider my staff family -- it becomes an attitude." Conry considers his food creations as craft, rather than art. "Art makes it unap- proachable to some people ... Because really, it's soulful, nourishing, right? The best meals I've had were cooked for me by housewives, moms, girl friends, not by five-star chefs. Because they're put- ting love into it, and they're putting-- something that you do for somebody:" That home-cooked attitude permeates Longboards. Conry sees the place as an extension of his family, and he definitely puts that "something" extra into it, creating a memorable dining experience. TRAINS, from page 1B, The Feather River Express will cross Willow Creek on a bridge called "Clio Viaduct." Under the bridge is the grade of Plumas County's first railroad, the narrow gauge Sierra Valley & Mohawk Railroad. The Clio Viaduct is 172 feet high and 1,005 feet long and used 1,267 tons of steel. The view of the upper Mohawk Valley is amazing. 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