Thursday, July 29, 2010

Visit to Susanville

Last weekend, the Jacksons made the l o n g trek north to Susanville to visit my brother Adam, sister-in-law Melissa and my nephew and niece, Hunter and Brooklyn. It was so much fun to spend some time with them in their stompin' grounds {they always travel to Fresno to visit us} and see what it's like to live in a small town.

On Saturday, there was a parade on Main Street to celebrate the Lassen County Fair
. It was Noah's first parade and although he didn't grab the candy that was thrown out of the cars like his cousin Hunter did, he enjoy watching all the big trucks drive by. Kc took some great pictures of the colorful characters that participated in the parade. The Shriners loved their little cars.In fact, there were many grown men who just seemed to love their little cars.Even little fire trucks.And little ponies.There were princessesand Harley dudes.At the end of the parade, they made sure to sweep up anything the horses left behind.After the fun parade, and naps for all kiddos, we headed to the much anticipated Lassen County Fair.Mel and I took the kiddos on a cute little train.Noah wasn't quite sure what to make of it...he just kept looking all around at the other train cars.
Thanks Adam and Mel for a fantastic weekend. We truly had a blast!

5 comments:

  1. Yep....that about sums up small town livin'!

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  2. You know what they say about guys who drive small cars...................small gas tanks. HA ha HA. Love (the only one laughing at her joke) Katy Mc

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  3. The fair looks just like the movies. How fun!

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  4. The parade looks great because you saw different types of vehicle there! There was even a pony and an old street sweeper truck. That was awesome! It seems that everybody was welcome in the fair and all free to showcase their own magnificent pieces!

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  5. After a wonderful event like this, there will surely be a lot of dirt and debris that will be left on the road. So there enters the street sweeper trucks! It's automatic that you'll see such a huge machine after a parade. Well, you can think of it as also part of the entertainment if you want to. The finale, maybe? Hehe!


    German Zollinger @ Total Clean Equipment

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