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4th of July Parade

By Carrigan Price

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The night before [the 4th of July] we go and put down blankets for the rest of our family and then we go and usually arrive at 8 o’clock and the parade starts at like 10- oh we put the blankets on the sidewalk on the parade route- and we usually put down a lot because all of our extended family comes, and my dad usually goes and gets McDonalds breakfast sandwiches and that’s what we eat while we wait for the parade to start- or get to us. Sometimes we have siblings or cousins in the parade. It’s really crazy and fun and the saltwater taffy is the icing on the cake

Topics: custom, tradition, heritage, America, 4th of July, parade, procession, pageant, entertainment, recreation
Publisher: Hosted by Utah State University Libraries
Year: 2017
OAI identifier: oai:digitalcommons.usu.edu:student_folklore_all-1059
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