Monday, December 13, 2004

Holiday Parade & Lights

Matt and I attended the annual Holiday Parade this past Friday in downtown Jamestown. Organizers estimate that about 20,000 people lined Third Street to watch over 100 floats go by. This is the first year we've gone where we were comfortable. Past years, thousands of people would have to brave snow, wind, and frigid temperatures to enjoy the parade and fireworks. This year we were lucky. One of the coolest floats in the parade was the Geneva Street Float. It had a huge Winnie-the-Pooh on top of a truck flatbed and tons of lights. The purpose? To let people know that several houses on that street were totally decked out. I took a picture last night that came out blurry but gives you an idea:

Geneva Street Holiday Decorations Posted by Hello

For pictures of decorated houses around Jamestown, go visit Christmas Light Tour.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Lovely thanks for sharing that link! I miss home.. (Mandah Rochester transplanted, Jamestown grown)

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