Celebrating Red, White, & Blue

The 4th of July came while I was in Texas visiting grandkids. We went to the parade in Wimberly. Here are some small-town-parade scenes.

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And here is who I was with while I was watching:

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The give-aways from parade participants included flags,

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and as much candy as at Halloween.

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3 thoughts on “Celebrating Red, White, & Blue

  1. Small town parades are the best! It’s so great to see the floats and decorations your neighbors cook up, or to make them yourself. A now 95-year old congregant of our church as been participating in our local St Patrick’s Day parade for decades he had

    • (Ugh dropped phone; ignore last couple of words). Anyway, she plays the accordion and her musical group is called The Crab-etts”. So you can imagine their G-rated costumes.

      • You’re right. My daughter and SIL knew a lot of the people there. It is fun to see what everyone thinks up.

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