commenced and there was no rain just cold temps and wind. Behind the people were trucks with bunting, fire engines, ambulances and a few tractors, all with ads for their services. The people walking looked cold but everyone seemed to be enjoying themselves. Another fun small community event, well done by everyone.
The smiling faces confirm it was a happy event.ReplyDelete
It looks cold, but cozy.
Groettie from Patricia.
Great Parade, nice photos!ReplyDelete
No lack of people here but hee its Ireland on St Patricksday. Nice Bill.ReplyDelete
I love this kind of community event, especially when the children are encouraged to join in. Excellent photos too.ReplyDelete
Happy St patrick's day ! :)ReplyDelete
A wonderful day and a great parade. I've enjoyed your photos, Bill.ReplyDelete
A fun parade. I enjoyed seeing St. Patrick.ReplyDelete
...and we still have the beast from the west!ReplyDelete
Lovely! Wonderful! I loved standing with you at the side of the road and watching this parade. Especially the boats. And the bagpipers. And the tractors! SIZE MATTERS! hehehe And all the kids in green. Loved it!ReplyDelete
Uma bela parada.ReplyDelete
Um abraço e bom Domingo.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
Wonderful pictures and a great parade!
The children look so happy!
Enjoy your afternoon!
love a paradeReplyDelete
My goodness, there's so much to see. I feel like you've provided us a ringside seat for the entire parade. What a deal! Some things caught my eye, though: St. Patrick hisself, the cute kids all bundled up, the bagpipers, so long as I don't have to listen to them (sorry 'bout that!), that old car which looks like maybe a Rolls, that yuge tractor, and the boat builders. Super post, my friend! I enjoyed all of it!ReplyDelete
Lovely!!! I am so glad it did not rain so everybody could enjoy the parade.ReplyDelete
Loved the little munchkins! : ))
Thanks, Bill, for showing us what it is like "somewhere in Ireland".
Nowhere does St Patrick day like the Irish Bill! So glad it didn't rain, those youngsters look like they are having a wonderful time ☺ReplyDelete
It looks like you had fun! My favourite shot has that classic car.ReplyDelete
What a fun parade! I was admiring the blue tractor and then came the "size matters" one. How funny. You are right, everyone does look like they are having fun.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Bill, for taking the time to take these photos and sharing them with us here. Much appreciated.ReplyDelete
Looks like everyone had a great time! Thanks for sharing your Irish St. Patrick's Day Parade with us! I like seeing all the happy faces and boats in parades.ReplyDelete
It's awesome how everyone gets into the celebration, wish we did that here.ReplyDelete
That was some parade, in some ways like the small town parades you see for certain holidays where I live in the Northeastern United States. Our St. Patrick's Day parade was about three weeks ago and we had a major snowstorm the day before - crews worked extra hard to get the snow cleared away and the pedestrians appreciated it, too. Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.comReplyDelete
Looks a fabulous parade, so nice to see folks happy smiling faces.ReplyDelete
You were fortunate with the weather - we've had snow in my part of the UK and it's still snowing now!
Hope you have a good new week.
All the best Jan
Good to see lots of kids having fun.ReplyDelete
Happy St.Patrick's Day!ReplyDelete
Looks like everyone had fun, Bill!ReplyDelete
Hurray! The rain stayed away & the parade was a great success!ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos of the parade, Bill !ReplyDelete
I love these. Our parade - and city - is much bigger but much less purely Irish.ReplyDelete
Love seeing your parade photos. Don't recognize the 1930s gold car, but the tractors are familiar. The temperatures must have been chilly.ReplyDelete
A fun event to be sure!ReplyDelete