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Eden Hills Friday Hunt V2.2


This week Teresa's Friday Hunt includes 1) Starts with the Letter B. 2) Week's Favorite and 3) Patriotic. My photo covers all three items. Hurrah!

My town holds a lot of parades every year. Seven, if I'm counting correctly. My favorite is the Fourth of July Kiddies Parade. It's the sweetest, cutest, shortest, and quickest of them all. I'm not kidding about quick. You blink your eyes too often and you've missed all the children, the parents, and grandparents marching by. The Husband and I like to join in at the tail end for half-a-block of so.

What's the letter B, you ask? B is for bitty as in the darling itty bitty girl pulling her horse. I thought her rather strong.

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  1. OHHHH how cute!!! Kids and parades are just so great! And you got all the choices in one pic...great work!

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  2. The Best Float of All Time!!!! thank you for capturing this moment - such JOY!

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    1. Gee, I never thought of it being a float. Hers was the only float in the parade. Even better!

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  3. That is the very best sort of parade!

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  4. I love the little kids who are so earnest in being ready for and marching in a parade. She may be 'bitty', but she s larger than life in pulling her float!

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    1. You said it, Ralph. I thought her amazing. And, her mom, too, for letting her pull it on her own.

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  5. That's a cute picture and I love how they are all dressed up. It sounds like you and the hubby had a great time

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    1. This parade always tugs at my heart. Even when I look at the photos.

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  6. That is a really little girl pulling her horse. It seems though, that she is pulling it with determination. I wonder if she went the entire parade distance.
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    1. When I first saw her, Jim, she was towards the middle of the parade. By the time the Husband and I tagged along, she was at the end. The woman in charge of monitoring the back kept saying to the girl and her mother, "Need to go a little faster." When we dropped out of the parade, I noticed that the woman in charge was pulling the horse for the girl, who was still in determined march alongside her mom.

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  7. I stayed home on the fourth, but I enjoy seeing everyone's photos. In years past I would walk outside and watch the fireworks, but this year I just wanted to make sure my cat was okay.

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    1. The fireworks affected Molly the Cat this year. I wondered if it's because she wasn't snuggled next to the Mama.

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  8. It may have been short but I hope it was fun. I am sure that little girl enjoyed making her cart and being in the parade. I hope you have a lovely weekend,

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    1. It was lots of fun, Margaret. The parade was led by Dolly Madison and Uncle Sam. :-)

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  9. Such determination in that little body. I'm sure she'll go far. :)

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  10. What a great picture - I love the way that her horse's outfit and her own outfit have so many common elements. Looks like it was a beautiful day for the parade!

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    1. Thanks, Claire. It was a great day for the parade.

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  11. Wonderful!! What a great photo. :D

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  12. What an adorable image! Thank you so much for joining in Friday's Hunt! Have a great week.

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  13. Hello, what a cute photo. I think this float should win a prize. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!

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  14. I agree, Eileen. The little should've also got one for Most Determined to Walk the Parade Pulling Her Horse.

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