Day 3108: I love a parade

I love a parade and I loved unexpectedly encountering a July 4th parade when I went out for my morning walk yesterday.

Here’s a parade of photos from that parade:

To avoid a parade of questions about this, “SQU” stands for Squantum.

I was told that after the parade, a prize would be given for the best float. I think it’s a toss-up between “The Pandemic Ends” and “Miracle on Squantum.”

Here’s my video from the parade, which I love:

I hope you love this parade of other images from yesterday.

I can’t get enough parades of gratitude, so thanks to all who parade through this daily blog, including YOU!

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7 thoughts on “Day 3108: I love a parade

  1. I’ve always loved parades, especially small town/local ones. I often find reason to parade throughout the school with my class in honor of something we are celebrating)

  2. Old cars and young patriots make Squantum’s parade a real winner, Ann. Happy Fourth long weekend to you, my friend.

  3. I forgot parades!
    I usually go to the Pride parade in my city every year. It was canceled last year and this year for the Pandemic but I’m looking forward to its return.

  4. Prefer to watch parades from a distance because of the noise. Harley rocks!

  5. puella33

    Glad to see parades are coming back. Have a nice fourth of July week-end

  6. I loved seeing that parade but it’s the weird animals I loved seeing the most.

  7. How delightful to find a parade on the 4th. It brings a community together, and we need that! I’m so glad to see your photos.

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