Priest River Timber Days 2019

Print Article

  • (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A contestant lets his axe fly during the Timber Days logging competition.

  • 1

    (Photo by MARY MALONE) Log trucks slowly traverse down High Street during the Timber Days parade on Saturday, with plenty of candy for the kids in the crowd.

  • 2

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A logger competes in Saturdayís Timber Days logging competition.

  • 3

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A contestant lets his axe fly during Saturdayís Timber Days logging competition.

  • 4

    (Photo by MARY MALONE) The Asphalt Angelsí Hot Neon Nights Car Cruise on Friday night kicked off the weekendís Timber Days events in Priest River.

  • 5

    (Photo by MARY MALONE) Hilary Hastings of Priest River got a big surprise as she crossed the Run for the Berries finish line on Saturday ó a diamond ring. Mike Davidson, of San Diego, Calif., was waiting for her when she finished her 8K run, asking her to marry him right there at the finish line. She said yes.

  • 6

    (Photo by MARY MALONE) The Timber Days parade in Priest River would not be complete without goats stopping for attention by young parade goers.

  • 7

    (Photo by MARY MALONE) Mike Reynolds, recently chosen as Priest Riverís Citizen of the Year, made an appearance during the Timber Days Parade on Saturday.

  • 8

    (Photo by MARY MALONE)A large crowd gathered at City Park in Priest River on Saturday to enjoy the annual Timber Days parade.

  • 9

    (Photo by MARY MALONE) Young participants in the Timber Days parade on Saturday throw some candy to kids in the crowd.

  • 10

    (Photo by MARY MALONE) A youngster crosses the finish in the 1 mile Run for the Berries race in Priest River on Saturday.

  • 11

    (Photo by MARY MALONE) Run for the Berries participants begin their 1-mile race in Priest River on Saturday.

  • 12

    (Photo by MARY MALONE) Run for the Berries participants begin their 5K and 8K races in Priest River on Saturday.

  • 13

    (Photo by MARY MALONE) The crowds gathered in downtown Priest River Friday evening to enjoy the annual Asphalt Angelsí Hot Neon Nights Car Cruise.

  • 14

    (Photo by MARY MALONE) The crowds gathered in downtown Priest River Friday evening to enjoy the annual Asphalt Angelsí Hot Neon Nights Car Cruise.

  • 15

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A parade participant shows off his Timber Days pride on Saturday.

  • 16

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A pair of youngsters have fun during the 2019 Priest River Timber Days parade on Saturday.

  • 17

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A pair of goats get their moment during the 2019 Priest River Timber Days parade on Saturday.

  • 18

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A member of the Pend Oreille Rowing and Paddling Associationís aims water at a grateful crowd during the 2019 Priest River Timber Days parade on Saturday.

  • 19

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A contestant competes in the 2019 Priest River Timber Days timber competition.

  • 20

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A log truck makes its way down the street during the 2019 Priest River Timber Days parade on Saturday.

  • 21

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A parade participant gets into the Spartan spirit during the 2019 Priest River Timber Days parade on Saturday.

  • 22

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A logger competes in the Priest River Timber Days timber competition.

  • 23

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) Loggers compete in the Priest River Timber Days timber competition.

  • 24

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A logger gets ready to compete in the Priest River Timber Days timber competition.

  • 25

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A logger holds a basket containing an egg during the Priest River Timber Days timber competitionís pole climbing contest.

  • 26

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A logger throws his axe as he takes part in the annual Priest River Timber Days logging competition.

  • 27

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) Loggers take part in the cross-saw contest held as part of the annual Priest River Timber Days logging competition.

  • 28

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A logger begins cutting through a log as he takes part in the annual Priest River Timber Days logging competition.

  • 29

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A youngster pays homage to the military as he takes part in the annual Priest River Timber Days parade.

  • 30

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A log is marked with the logo for Priest River Timber Days 2019.

  • (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A contestant lets his axe fly during the Timber Days logging competition.

  • 1

    (Photo by MARY MALONE) Log trucks slowly traverse down High Street during the Timber Days parade on Saturday, with plenty of candy for the kids in the crowd.

  • 2

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A logger competes in Saturdayís Timber Days logging competition.

  • 3

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A contestant lets his axe fly during Saturdayís Timber Days logging competition.

  • 4

    (Photo by MARY MALONE) The Asphalt Angelsí Hot Neon Nights Car Cruise on Friday night kicked off the weekendís Timber Days events in Priest River.

  • 5

    (Photo by MARY MALONE) Hilary Hastings of Priest River got a big surprise as she crossed the Run for the Berries finish line on Saturday ó a diamond ring. Mike Davidson, of San Diego, Calif., was waiting for her when she finished her 8K run, asking her to marry him right there at the finish line. She said yes.

  • 6

    (Photo by MARY MALONE) The Timber Days parade in Priest River would not be complete without goats stopping for attention by young parade goers.

  • 7

    (Photo by MARY MALONE) Mike Reynolds, recently chosen as Priest Riverís Citizen of the Year, made an appearance during the Timber Days Parade on Saturday.

  • 8

    (Photo by MARY MALONE)A large crowd gathered at City Park in Priest River on Saturday to enjoy the annual Timber Days parade.

  • 9

    (Photo by MARY MALONE) Young participants in the Timber Days parade on Saturday throw some candy to kids in the crowd.

  • 10

    (Photo by MARY MALONE) A youngster crosses the finish in the 1 mile Run for the Berries race in Priest River on Saturday.

  • 11

    (Photo by MARY MALONE) Run for the Berries participants begin their 1-mile race in Priest River on Saturday.

  • 12

    (Photo by MARY MALONE) Run for the Berries participants begin their 5K and 8K races in Priest River on Saturday.

  • 13

    (Photo by MARY MALONE) The crowds gathered in downtown Priest River Friday evening to enjoy the annual Asphalt Angelsí Hot Neon Nights Car Cruise.

  • 14

    (Photo by MARY MALONE) The crowds gathered in downtown Priest River Friday evening to enjoy the annual Asphalt Angelsí Hot Neon Nights Car Cruise.

  • 15

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A parade participant shows off his Timber Days pride on Saturday.

  • 16

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A pair of youngsters have fun during the 2019 Priest River Timber Days parade on Saturday.

  • 17

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A pair of goats get their moment during the 2019 Priest River Timber Days parade on Saturday.

  • 18

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A member of the Pend Oreille Rowing and Paddling Associationís aims water at a grateful crowd during the 2019 Priest River Timber Days parade on Saturday.

  • 19

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A contestant competes in the 2019 Priest River Timber Days timber competition.

  • 20

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A log truck makes its way down the street during the 2019 Priest River Timber Days parade on Saturday.

  • 21

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A parade participant gets into the Spartan spirit during the 2019 Priest River Timber Days parade on Saturday.

  • 22

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A logger competes in the Priest River Timber Days timber competition.

  • 23

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) Loggers compete in the Priest River Timber Days timber competition.

  • 24

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A logger gets ready to compete in the Priest River Timber Days timber competition.

  • 25

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A logger holds a basket containing an egg during the Priest River Timber Days timber competitionís pole climbing contest.

  • 26

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A logger throws his axe as he takes part in the annual Priest River Timber Days logging competition.

  • 27

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) Loggers take part in the cross-saw contest held as part of the annual Priest River Timber Days logging competition.

  • 28

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A logger begins cutting through a log as he takes part in the annual Priest River Timber Days logging competition.

  • 29

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A youngster pays homage to the military as he takes part in the annual Priest River Timber Days parade.

  • 30

    (Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) A log is marked with the logo for Priest River Timber Days 2019.

Print Article

Read More Photo Galleries

Go Speed Racer, Go!

January 25, 2020 at 5:00 am | Coeur d'Alene Press ...

Comments

Read More

Battle of the Buck

January 22, 2020 at 5:00 am | Bonner County Daily Bee ...

Comments

Read More

SHS Battles for the Paddle

January 18, 2020 at 5:00 am | Bonner County Daily Bee ...

Comments

Read More

Itís beginning to feel a lot like Christmas

November 30, 2019 at 5:00 am | Bonner County Daily Bee ...

Comments

Read More

Contact Us

(208) 263-9534
PO Box 159
Sandpoint, ID 83864

©2020 Bonner County Daily Bee Terms of Use Privacy Policy
X