Sunday, June 11, 2006


You might try this for a tour sometime. It's located between Omaha and Lincoln near I-80.

What'd you say Grandpa?

"Grandma, that float is upside down".

Mom!! Can we ride the horse with you?? Mom is on the dark bay. More pics later.


PinkCat said...

Great photos Cliff. I didn't realise that you had other grandchildren.

I guess I will have to spend some time reading through all of your past blogs. I like to do that with my cup of tea.

Take care xx

Anonymous said...

Wait a minute, now. 32 oz potatoes and a parade? That's it. I'm moving to Blair.

Great pics of Juli and the kids.

Jim said...

Nice pictures. I'm glad Mom got to ride in the parade. She does most everything. I think she cut Adi's toenails once when Karen visited.

I have never seen the gate, I think I sneaked around on the old highway somehow and got West that way.

eyes_only4him said...

that lil grandaughter of yours is way too cute..

Rachel said...

Great pictures Cliff! Of course I love the horses!! She's lucky to get to ride in the parade!!

Cute little ones! Love that head turning hair flying one.

Thanks for letting me see some of the parade without leaving the house!

1 plus twins said...

that little girl is too cute!!!

Raggedy said...

Woooooooooohooooooooo a parade! I loved the pictures. Your grandaughter is just beautiful. Sure looks like fun! Thanks for taking us to the parade with you!

Jamie Dawn said...

Oh, the fun of a small town parade. We had them in the town we lived in CA. Our town's population was about 5,000 people.
I love the pic of your granddaugher with her hair all wild. I'm shocked that you let her do gymnastics in the street!

Triplet Dads said...

yep, hard to beat a small town parade. and the horses are majestic!

Felecia said...

Looks like a great day for a parade; cute pictures of the grandkid. And look at all that blonde hair - they'll be lining up at her door before you know it.

I'm getting jazzed for our town's parade next Friday...(though I'm a little distraught we don't have horses!)

Anonymous said...

I love these pictures; they bring back so many childhood parade memories. :)

LZ Blogger said...

Believe it or not, but I was actually at the SAC Museum when the then Govenor (now Senator) Ben Nelson opened the place several years ago. ~ jb///