Thursday, July 5, 2012

The Parade!

Beautiful blue skies, bright bright sunlight and lots and lots of people: what a great day for a Parade!

(click on the photos to enlarge)

The Mexican horses were my favorite and so lots of pictures of them. In total I made 103 photos and I had a hard time just showing you the highlights. 

Later in the afternoon we had a grand old barbecue with our neighbors and a lot of other neighbors and their friends across the road with Margaritas and garlic chicken and lots of different kinds of salads etc. And while all that was going on there was The Sun shining down on us: 'Perfic!'  (from The Darling Buds of May)


  1. Ziet er weer prachtig uit en met dat mooie weer erbij.
    Wat een verschil met Holland zeg!
    Hier heb je carnaval in februari.
    Dat is dus allebei helemaal niks!!!! hahahaha

  2. Hey wat leuk,.. ik zie dat ik recht sta met mijn logo. Dat heb ik nog nergens gezien.
    Grappig is dat zeg!
    Hoe krijg je dat eigenlijk?
    Ik bedoel bloggers die je volgen dat je die op je site ziet. Zal wel iets met instellingen te maken hebben maar het is me nog niet gelukt.

  3. Euuuhhh,...ik ben blond hé!
    Zal het proberen heeft even tijd nodig,.. hahahahaaha.
    Welterusten wij gaan nu de nacht in.

    1. Geeft helemaal niet! ;-) Ik geef graag advies aan anderen...

  4. Dit zijn nou echt amerikaanse foto's! Leuk! En knoflookkip klinkt zalig!

    1. Inderdaad Mars, knoflookkip rolt beter van de tong dan garlic chicken! ;-)

  5. What a fun parade....looked like great weather!

  6. My husband did celebrate 4th of July dressed in his American shirt with the American flag as design!

  7. Marjan, this looks like a delightful parade! What town is this in? My personal favorites are the tractor photos...especially the vintage Farmalls! :) Glad you had such a wonderful day, hope your weekend is delicious!

  8. What a delightful, old fashioned shindig of a parade! The Mexican stuff looks especially beautiful. Thanks, Marjan.


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