I too was near the tail end of the route, but the advantage was we found a parking spot only a block away (I think it was even legal) and we had front-row seats on the big high curb. I know, I sound old, but my feets is tired! Anyhow, I’ve tried to avoid duplicating Bryan’s shots below, but a few of mine are after the jump.
This seem to be one of the more popular floats, from Leathermasters. I love the guy on the right trying to get the soap out of his eyes.
One of two people in the running for best sign.
The other candidate for best sign, although it’s partially obscured by the wiper. Sign read, “Sarah P. is George Bush in drag.”
I wonder if this little girl will remember this.
How to pick up goodies without spilling your beer or getting hit by the next float.
I don’t know what this is, but I like it.
Youth First salutes the forefathers.
Rob Schlein waves to me personally.
The police were not joking about staying on the curb.