Chris’ parents just left this morning after a weekend visit. They usually spend every July 4th with us.
So, this post is a little late, but, nonetheless, I hope you had a wonderful 4th of July!
Here’s some visual goodness from various 4th of July celebrations we attended. (All photos by either E.A. Seagraves or Christopher Brooke. Do not use without permission.):
Fancy Gap, Va. (July 3rd)
Chris (left) samples some kettle corn at one of the first booths we came to.
This isn’t a great picture, but I posted it anyway. I like the birdhouse, the bowls and cutting boards.
Local woodworker Tod Price makes a wine stopper. (The wood products above are not his.)
A crowd shot.
This lady (right) is originally from Arizona, but now lives in the Twin Counties, Va., area (Grayson and Carroll Counties and City of Galax).
Another vendor (right) talks about some of her products.
The music got started in the early afternoon, right before we headed home.
Hillsville, Va. (July 4th)
Members of the local VFW
More local veterans
A local Girl Scout troop. They won the award for best overall parade entry.
A local Christian Association of Bikers club.
At least four dogs participated in the parade, including this patriotic dachshund.
Classic cars are always a part of local parades.
The Kazim Hillbillies is a regional Shriners group. They’re usually a lot of fun.