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Fourth Of July Parade


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“Hokey, small-town, and super-cool” is how I would label our annual 4th of July Parade.

It is my favorite event of the year.

It is Monday in Pine Flat (east of Porterville), population 150, at 10 a.m. Don’t be late. It won’t last long.


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Fourth of July Under the Pines


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This parade is a highlight of the year here in the southern Sequoia National Forest. The 4-H club sponsors a parade that is just so quaint, I would travel for it if I didn't live here. Anybody at all can enter the parade as a few of the pictures would suggest, but it is basically all of the locals riding whatever they may choose. The last picture is the deputy scooping horse manure out of the street, not keen with being photographed, he was throwing it right in my direction. I had to jump to miss it.

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