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Saturday, 01 June 2013

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caninecologne

Wow, you are FAST with this post!

So cool to see the floats' skeleton rebar before they are decorated.

Katie Tran

My goodness...where did the year go?

Dennis

Wow is it that time of year already?? Time sure flies!

Cathy

I usually don't post on the same day, cc, but thought this was kind of interesting to show on a Saturday when not many read the blog. I couldn't find renditions or descriptions of all of the designs, which makes guessing (or imagining) the final rendition a bit more interesting.
The Tournament of Roses, as well as the City of Pasadena are constantly planning for the day when the world tunes in, Katie. Almost as soon as the floats are disassembled, the theme for the next Parade is chosen...and on it goes.
Less than seven months to go, Dennis. Next time we'll try to leave the dogs at home so we can try a different place for breakfast...

Soo Hom

Looks pretty cool!

Cathy

It's going to be the 125th annual parade, Soo, so expect even more detailed floats down the road. These are the 'service' floats and each has few, if any, moving parts. The more complex and commercial sponsored floats should be fantastic!

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