Thursday, December 9, 2010

Prescott Christmas Parade

The first Saturday in December is the Christmas Parade in Prescott. I had not been able to go in a while, but Penny and I made it this year. It is one of my favorite parades. You can set your chair up a couple of hours before the parade and then just walk away. It will still be there when you come back!
It is full of small town fun.
Things patriotic.







Fake Bulldogs.













Classic Cars












Dogs in holiday attire.














Camels on casters!!!





















High school bands that dance.












Elderly women in holiday attire.













More elderly women in holiday attire. Wait, no! That is Penny with her new holiday necklace on. :)












I'm pretty sure this was Rudolph













These ladies were advertising Tiara Tuesdays that they have at a local resturant. Sounds like fun to me!












We went to the Gingergbread Village display at a local hotel. Lot's of fun things to see.















More Gingerbread










And of course what parade would be complete without a pint sized majorette with her tongue sticking out!



















Or a pint sized tamborine player.









3 comments:

Cynthia said...

Love the camel.
Looks like a fun day -- was it cold??

Suzanne Barker said...

It was perfect weather. Really a perfect day.
And the camel was simply hilarious. Penny and I couldn't stop laughing. That is why the photo is of the back side!

Cathy said...

Too funny, really cute! Nothing like small town spirit!