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Sunday, July 4, 2010

Special Report - Making Family History on the 4th of July

We made a little family history on the 3rd of July by three generations riding in the Apple Days 4th of July Parade in Torrey, Utah, in Wayne County in a float promoting the Harvest Star Fest in October, a Dark Skies event. Nancy and I rode the float, with Larry driving the Jeep pulling the wagon. In this particular photo, you can see us in the back. Ben is holding Kaylee. Arrion and Alex have on their Star costumes. Megan, a 4-H teenager is on the right - the 4-H students helped build the float under Annette's lead and direction... notice the stars all around.






It is the first time we have all been in a parade, together. Quite an experience in this neat small town, full of tradition. There were other events going on all day, of course.

Families are Forever!  ;-)

2 comments:

  1. What a neat thing to do together as a family!

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  2. It's great that your family does such a wonderful thing, together.

    Happy 4th of July to you and yours Dr. Bill.

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