Sunday, July 4, 2010

Pictures of the 106th Fourth of July Parade in Huntington Beach

Since it's the biggest parade this side of the Mississippi, it's a bit hard to pick representative pictures. So, here are a handful of my favorites, gained from walking down the parade route.

Dancing horses! I was finally at a point to get to see them dance, too.

I love the fact that there is always someone from Anjo, our sister city in Japan, in the parade. I wonder if Huntington Beach sends representatives to any festival in Anjo?

A time-honored tradition. At least it's in good cause!

Seating is at a premium for the parade. Many people stake out their sites ahead of time, often very thoroughly (lots of CAUTION tape, plus signs). Others make use of their lawns and any other available space they may have.

Decorated bikes are a must.

Does this really need a caption?

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