A quiet day

There couldn't have been more than a hundred people at the parade. There was plenty of room for everyone, plenty of friendly dogs and kids, and plenty of things to sit upon. The wonderful ladies from Word of Mouth Catering had their friends and family (see top) amassed around them, bringing great cheer and neighborliness that was so nice. There were cub scouts, brownies, boy scouts and the VFW marching. There were the requisite old cars and convertibles shuttling the VIPs from the VFW around. The Trumansburg Fire and Ambulance Departments were there in force. And the High School band (not a marching band) marched. I think there is more here. There should be the Tburg stuff like Citizens Action Committees, representatives of the various bars and clubs, and of course representative bloggers, artists and musicians. We need an Old Time Float. The Art Collective should collect. And the Conservatory of the Arts should have those Irish Step Dancers Stepping. A little more..zip! And with that, the Rotarians could be selling the crap out of the ever popular, Chicken Barbeque. Now, the only question remains, do I want to do this? Hmmmmm.

Let me think.