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Monday, 12 December 2011

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Cynthia

Hi! I love your food blog! I grew up in LA/OC, and I'm now living in SD. So it's really fun to see all of the familiar places! Keep up the good eats!

Cynthia

Following you on Bloglovin now btw! :)

Kirk

Hi Cathy - I give the both of you credit for getting up at 4am this past weekend.....man it was cold!

Cathy

Thank you and welcome , Cynthia. We blog about what we do and none of us are homebodies.
Heh, Kirk. Our dogs didn't even want to get up and go out that early, Kirk. Once the car got warmed up, combined with sunrise, it was a more 'normal' day; we slept in on Sunday.

Dennis

Hi Cathy, always look forward to your Rose Parade coverage this time of year. I've been eating Spam and rice at home these days too!

Cathy

Thanks, Dennis. I try to share and thought 'dry decorating' would be something different. We want to go back to Plate 38 when we aren't exhausted; it was really good. We have SPAM for breakfast once a week it seems; love it.

Carol

That bark stripping is nuts! Love the behind the scene photos, as always!

Cathy

Somebody has to do it, every year, for every float that has trees on it, Carol. Redwood has multilayered bark, making it efficient for this purpose. Knowing how the float building and completion happens has been something I wanted to be a part of since I watched my first Rose Parade on television, in snow covered Detroit.

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