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Saturday, 09 December 2017

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kat

those floats are amazing!

Soo

Mmm... Fish and chips... Thanks for documenting the ongoing float construction. It's cool seeing how they are constructed.

caninecologne

Less than a month before the floats are seen on TV in all of their glory. Looking forward to seeing the full effect. Thanks for the updates throughout this year Cathy.

I like the two-fer of THH and Kolache Factory. Plus nearby Cream Pan. Yeah, shrimp! And now Bert wants to rewatch "Cobra" to spot the Johnny's Shrimp Boat scene, ha ha.

Cathy

It's so "America" to wake up and watch the floats in California after falling asleep watching the ball drop to ring in the New Year at midnight in New York. Since we moved here, finding a way to participate in the Parade was a goal-seeing and sharing how it all comes together is fun, Kat.

I thought of you first when looking at the menu here, Soo. There was a PBS show long ago, similar to the Discovery Channel show 'How It's Made' that I watched every Saturday...once we moved to California the Parade-and really the floats-was a Bucket List item.

You're welcome, cc. Even if I wasn't doing the blog, food would be a part of each trip North and the variety at that Red Hill exit is probably mirrored in each neighborhood. Johnny's Shrimp Boat has a fascinating history which I never would have known if we hadn't taken that side street turn.

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