Bayfield museum unveils sheep exhibition

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Bayfield museum unveils sheep exhibition

Heritage Society opening museum Saturday
Anne Schrier and Joanne McCoy helped create a new exhibition on sheep trailing in the valley, opening tomorrow at the Pine River Valley Heritage Society Museum. Tony Schrier, right, created a reproduction of a sheep wagon. Free ice cream will be served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Stories from the Brown and Jones-Parry families, including this pet mountain lion, are among the many historical tales in the exhibit.
Arboglyphs were a way for sheep herders to record their time in the mountains. The oldest photographed for this exhibit is from 1917.

Bayfield museum unveils sheep exhibition

Anne Schrier and Joanne McCoy helped create a new exhibition on sheep trailing in the valley, opening tomorrow at the Pine River Valley Heritage Society Museum. Tony Schrier, right, created a reproduction of a sheep wagon. Free ice cream will be served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Stories from the Brown and Jones-Parry families, including this pet mountain lion, are among the many historical tales in the exhibit.
Arboglyphs were a way for sheep herders to record their time in the mountains. The oldest photographed for this exhibit is from 1917.
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