Sports

Loggers put on a show

The annual North Island Logger Sports, which depicts past and present logging practices, entertained crowds last weekend at Nunns Creek Park. Loggers from around the world, including one from New Zealand, took part in the show which highlights the Salmon Festival. Picture, Matthew Herrling of Sooke puts everything he
The annual North Island Logger Sports, which depicts past and present logging practices, entertained crowds last weekend at Nunns Creek Park. Loggers from around the world, including one from New Zealand, took part in the show which highlights the Salmon Festival. Picture, Matthew Herrling of Sooke puts everything he's got into the single-hand buck.
— image credit: Kristen Douglas
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