Old West reappears at Bonsall Country Festival


Thursday, October 3rd, 2013
Issue 40, Volume 17.


Old West reappears at Bonsall Country Festival - Malary Greenwood photo. - Joseph Greenwood, 13, ropes a straw bale cattle target at the Bonsall Country Festival, sponsored by the Bonsall Chamber of Commerce on 
Sept. 21.
Joseph Greenwood, 13, ropes a straw bale cattle target at the Bonsall Country Festival, sponsored by the Bonsall Chamber of Commerce on Sept. 21.

Old West reappears at Bonsall Country Festival - Malary Greenwood photo. - Brothers Nate and Luke Willenberg make silly faces in a ‘Wanted’ poster photo opportunity at the festival.
Brothers Nate and Luke Willenberg make silly faces in a ‘Wanted’ poster photo opportunity at the festival.

Old West reappears at Bonsall Country Festival - Malary Greenwood photo. - “Shady Shane” and “Wrong Way Bob” of the Valley Center Marshall’s Jail arrest Paul Nurse at the 10th annual Bonsall Country Festival on Sept. 21 at the Valley Fort. “Bail money” could be paid for release with all proceeds going to the Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary.
“Shady Shane” and “Wrong Way Bob” of the Valley Center Marshall’s Jail arrest Paul Nurse at the 10th annual Bonsall Country Festival on Sept. 21 at the Valley Fort. “Bail money” could be paid for release with all proceeds going to the Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary.

Old West reappears at Bonsall Country Festival - Malary Greenwood photo. - Vinny Vinisio, 3, jumps in the children’s bounce house as part of all the family-friendly activities at the Bonsall Country Festival on Sept. 21 at the Valley Fort. The event was sponsored by the Bonsall Chamber of Commerce.
Vinny Vinisio, 3, jumps in the children’s bounce house as part of all the family-friendly activities at the Bonsall Country Festival on Sept. 21 at the Valley Fort. The event was sponsored by the Bonsall Chamber of Commerce.

Old West reappears at Bonsall Country Festival - Malary Greenwood photo. - The Kupa Song and Dance Group from the Pala Band of Mission Indians was on hand to share their heritage through song and dance with attendees of the Bonsall Country Festival. 
The Kupa Song and Dance Group from the Pala Band of Mission Indians was on hand to share their heritage through song and dance with attendees of the Bonsall Country Festival. 

Old West reappears at Bonsall Country Festival - Malary Greenwood photo. - Cowboy Sonny Grant swings a lasso over his head demonstrating how to rope cattle.
Cowboy Sonny Grant swings a lasso over his head demonstrating how to rope cattle.

Old West reappears at Bonsall Country Festival - Malary Greenwood photo. - Teri Niebell and Curtis Price of Duo Electico play classic tunes for those enjoying the Bonsall Country Festival Sept. 21. 
Teri Niebell and Curtis Price of Duo Electico play classic tunes for those enjoying the Bonsall Country Festival Sept. 21. 


 

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