Sunny fall day welcomes sheep trailing, festival-goers

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Sunny fall day welcomes sheep trailing, festival-goers

At Friday night's kickoff event, the Bar D Wranglers, Bob and Kathy Worley and J. Paul Brown entertain the crowd at the fundraising dinner for the Pine River Valley Heritage Society Museum.
Proving that trash can be treasure, the Be FRANK Foundation drum proud pounds out some percussion in Saturday's Heritage Day parade.
The Marching Wolverines are a welcome part of the Heritage Day parade on Saturday morning.
Imaginario Circus, a new addition to this year's events in the park, performs some amazing stunts.
BHS drill team members snap some flags in Saturday's parade.
J. Paul Brown and his family have been bringing part of their sheep herd through town for Bayfield Heritage Day since 2009.
Big horses, mini donkeys, and lots of animals and floats in between are part of the eclectic Heritage Days parade.
Ruby Balloon creates some cool animals and hats for kids in Joe Stephenson Park.
Floats in the parade this year include the supporters of the bond to build a new school in Bayfield.
Members of the Lasater family bring their sheep camp to the park to show folks what life is like herding sheep.
Amy Newton, left, Linda Smith and Joan Geiger spin yard on Saturday. They are members of the Los Pinos Fiber Alliance.
Signs ask folks to stay on the west side of the Buck Highway during the sheep trailing.

Sunny fall day welcomes sheep trailing, festival-goers

At Friday night's kickoff event, the Bar D Wranglers, Bob and Kathy Worley and J. Paul Brown entertain the crowd at the fundraising dinner for the Pine River Valley Heritage Society Museum.
Proving that trash can be treasure, the Be FRANK Foundation drum proud pounds out some percussion in Saturday's Heritage Day parade.
The Marching Wolverines are a welcome part of the Heritage Day parade on Saturday morning.
Imaginario Circus, a new addition to this year's events in the park, performs some amazing stunts.
BHS drill team members snap some flags in Saturday's parade.
J. Paul Brown and his family have been bringing part of their sheep herd through town for Bayfield Heritage Day since 2009.
Big horses, mini donkeys, and lots of animals and floats in between are part of the eclectic Heritage Days parade.
Ruby Balloon creates some cool animals and hats for kids in Joe Stephenson Park.
Floats in the parade this year include the supporters of the bond to build a new school in Bayfield.
Members of the Lasater family bring their sheep camp to the park to show folks what life is like herding sheep.
Amy Newton, left, Linda Smith and Joan Geiger spin yard on Saturday. They are members of the Los Pinos Fiber Alliance.
Signs ask folks to stay on the west side of the Buck Highway during the sheep trailing.
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