Just a short snippet of the beginning of the parade. Once again, I forgot to turn my camera sideways so the video is all skinny instead of wide as it should be. I never learn.
As you can see, it was an overcast and cold morning. I told Ken I'd never seen so many hoodies in one place! Ha-ha. The clouds moved out for the BBQ at the park after the parade.
Here are a few of the entries in the parade...
There were a lot of neat old cars...
And horses. This one was 22 years old.
And the neat brand on this horse's butt.
These fellers had a crappy job.
They had to pick up the horse shit. LOL.
Good lord...at least he's happy!
There were a few floats, some tractors, and some other things I didn't post. The parade lasted about 25 minutes. It was fun and had a very small-town feel. (Duh, because it is!)
And then the BBQ...
I now know why Texas is famous for BBQ and Washington is not. Bleck! The corn on the cob was good, but that's about it.
We all slept in this morning really late.
Eli totally enjoyed it.
FYI...I'll post my meatloaf recipe next time for those who asked.
I hope you had a good holiday weekend too!
Time to get back to work.