Parade Countdown ’07: Reason #1 to see it tomorrow

Besides the fact the no-parking signs have all been lovingly placed along Cali this Hi-Yu Parade Eve, much like the stockings hung by the chimney with care on Christmas Eve …


… our top reason why you should join us as parade spectators tomorrow, rain or shine, anywhere along Cali between Lander (south of Lafayette Elementary) and Edmunds (south edge of The Junction) … surprises! One example: parade organizers have just added a late entry, likely to be a crowd fave; let’s just say it’s a float honoring a Seattle landmark. See for yourself, starting at 11 am Saturday (after the 10 am kids’ parade). We don’t need sun to have a blast.

1 Reply to "Parade Countdown '07: Reason #1 to see it tomorrow"

  • miws July 21, 2007 (6:38 pm)

    Never been too much of a parade person, (don’t like crowds), although I think it’s great way for the community to come together.

    From April 1978 through June 1985, I lived in one of the apartments (my first place out on my own!) above the then Venable & Wing, now Barnecut Law Offices, just south of the Junction.

    I did enjoy the parade there, though, because all I had to do was step out onto the lanai, lean over the railing a little, turn my head looking north, and watch through my binoculars, as the parade ended and turned onto Edmunds St. Nowadays that would be hard, if even possible, because the trees have grown a tad in the last almost 30 years! :p


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