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Peruvians Add Culture To The Mix

It takes more than sheep to make the Trailing of the Sheep Parade a success. Part of the Peruvian contingent, above, teamed with many others not pictured to bring lovely music, lively dance and historical sheepherding tales from their Andes Mountains. All contributed to their vast heritage connected to the sheep culture in the Wood River Valley and Idaho. Some of these Peruvians came from Boise to join their local counterparts in the weekend’s festivities. “It was cool that Peruvians came over from Boise to celebrate their heritage in our local festival,” said Trailing of the Sheep Executive Director Mary Austin Crofts. Record crowd numbers were present at all venues. See page B-1 for more photos. Photo by Willy Cook



Wednesday, October 15, 2014

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