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Sunday, 21 December 2014



Thanks for the awesome float photos!


I love seeing the process of how the floats are prepared. So much hard work with spectacular results. Thanks as always for the behind the scenes look. Nem nuong at Brodard's = delicious!


One of my favorite place I haven't been disappointed with anything from this place beside the crowds.


Thanks, Soo! Remember to watch the parade on TV and if you want to see all the parade floats up close, all are lined up and on display after the parade and on the 2nd on Sierra Madre around Pasadena High.
I'm so glad you got to see some of the process in June, cc! Kind of puts it all together. Thanks for introducing me to the best Spring Rolls ever, earlier this year.
Brodard is great and that was our third visit this year, Bill. I don't think we'd wait more than 30 minutes though-just would get some via the "to go" line.

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