Bayfield celebrates Independence Day

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Bayfield celebrates Independence Day

In a tie-dyed swirl of red, white and blue, the Evers family shows some patriotic flair on Tuesday.
Not surprisingly, John Cusick is the winner of this year's Firecracker 5K in Bayfield. Behind him at the start of the race is James Chenowith, a freshman on the cross country team at Bayfield High School.
The line for the pancake breakfast at the Bayfield Lions Club starts forming about an hour into the three-hour event.
Members of Boy Scout Troop 506 and American Legion Post 143 present the flags at the start of Bayfield's 4th of July parade.
Pat Stone, right, leads the Blue Star Moms entry in the parade.
This year's grand marshal of the parade is LaVina Mars, a former Bayfield town clerk and fifth-generation resident of the Pine River Valley.
Bayfield real estate is a steal, compared to Durango, according to Bayfield Realty.
Retired U.S. Sen. Ben Nighthorse Campbell and his wife, Linda, drive their shiny red Ford for this year's event.
Sharon Kinton, left, and Nancy Senti, background, cut pies at the annual Calvary Presbyterian Church pie and craft sale.
Carrie McCauley an dminitaure pony Razor pull her daughter, Maggie, and friend Lauren Harwood in the Pine River Valley Heritage Society entry in the parade.
Joe Stephenson Park is filled Tuesday afternoon with Independence Day revelers. Many returned in the evening for the town's fireworks display.

Bayfield celebrates Independence Day

In a tie-dyed swirl of red, white and blue, the Evers family shows some patriotic flair on Tuesday.
Not surprisingly, John Cusick is the winner of this year's Firecracker 5K in Bayfield. Behind him at the start of the race is James Chenowith, a freshman on the cross country team at Bayfield High School.
The line for the pancake breakfast at the Bayfield Lions Club starts forming about an hour into the three-hour event.
Members of Boy Scout Troop 506 and American Legion Post 143 present the flags at the start of Bayfield's 4th of July parade.
Pat Stone, right, leads the Blue Star Moms entry in the parade.
This year's grand marshal of the parade is LaVina Mars, a former Bayfield town clerk and fifth-generation resident of the Pine River Valley.
Bayfield real estate is a steal, compared to Durango, according to Bayfield Realty.
Retired U.S. Sen. Ben Nighthorse Campbell and his wife, Linda, drive their shiny red Ford for this year's event.
Sharon Kinton, left, and Nancy Senti, background, cut pies at the annual Calvary Presbyterian Church pie and craft sale.
Carrie McCauley an dminitaure pony Razor pull her daughter, Maggie, and friend Lauren Harwood in the Pine River Valley Heritage Society entry in the parade.
Joe Stephenson Park is filled Tuesday afternoon with Independence Day revelers. Many returned in the evening for the town's fireworks display.
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