great celebration! I love all the designs on the shirts. and the food looks good too!!
looks like an amazing .....fun!
seeing this made me so homesick. I am not an enthusiast of wearing the flag but I love the wall with the messages. were they all the same type of setiment as the close up or did some say to remember our soldiers? we should have walls like that all accross america - wouldn't that be great?
The wall of flags were actually put up on the border fence that runs along this man's back property line. I'll do a more extensive post about it later this week. :)
It looks like serious fun (if you my meaning). I can't imagine any such thing happening in the UK - England especially. Nor, for that matter, in New Zealand.
GB is right, events like that don't happen here. Most things, including patriotism, is a lot more low key. Love the wall of flags and the shirts!
The first photo is incredible. Do you do this every year?In 1976, I was in Canada watching your Bi-centennary.
This was a treat for me...very much!!!
Shabby girl - I realized it was 'the wall' but thought what a great idea - like the weeping wall in Israel - to have a wall put up in city centers and allow flags with notes to soldiers and other lost ones.... what a neat thing to overtake our country.
看著你的BLOG 好多朋友都回應 真厲害..................................................................
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