The Canandaigua Independence Day Parade

Our friends Scott and Don from Wick-edly Sent (94 S. Main St., Canandaigua) invited Ali and me to bring our custom bikes to ride in the Canandaigua Independence Day Parade. We were part of The Canandaigua Merchants Association's entry in the parade — their theme was "Go Green!" with five of us on bikes. The other three bikes were custom cruisers loaned from RV & E Bike and Skate (168 South Main St., Canandaigua). A couple people on foot handed out brochures. Two of the little girls carried the sign tethered between them, and the other two handed out penny candy to the crowd.

Now, I've never been in a parade, but it sure was a lot of fun. There were several thousand people lined up along Main Street and we waved to them, smiled, said hello, and otherwise had a great time.

2 thoughts on “The Canandaigua Independence Day Parade

  1. Jason, with all appreciation, affection, and respect for all you do, a correction: Scott and Don invited Ali and ME (not Ali and I). Like, say, they invited Me — not they invited I. You two drive me nuts with that!

    Love, you-know-who

  2. Your right — I fixed it. [Ha! Just kidding: you're right.] If I had noticed it — and since you did mention it — I can't resist it nagging at me. Thanks (both sarcastically and not in equal measures).

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