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Hometown Fourth of July

We stayed in Weiser for the Fourth this year. We went to the community parade and picnic. Levi was working so it was just me and the boys and little baby Laurie, who we are watching for the weekend. (CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGEN)



I loved seeing the Veterans in uniform. Josef was so cute he said,
"That was so neat to see the men in their old uniforms, but some couldn't fit in them anymore, so they just wore parts of their uniforms not the whole thing." Ahh...life's simple truths.

Next in the parade came the citizens, all dolled up for the fourth. Next year we'll have to help the boys decorate their bikes and let them participate too. We do love ourselves a parade!


The boys and I stood in line with the rest of Weiser for the free Hamburger, chips, water melon and water bottle. All the items for the Community picnic were donated by all the Weiser area businesses. We saw lots of friends and neighbors. Our neighbor across the street Tina, took these photos for us.


The Grand finale, was the Air force fly over arranged by the mayor of Weiser. But if you ask Ian the Grand finale was when they introduced the oldest living person in Weiser a lovely lady at the young age of 100.

Well, Happy Fourth of July from the Mitchell family and a huge Thank You to all the service men and woman!

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