Pages

Thursday, July 24, 2008

Pioneer day

Just a quick post to share the pictures from todays parade and say how proud i am to have been able be a part of it. Our float won the Grand Marshall award (1st) out of 122 entries. This is Ethan.



This is the commitee that put it together: Trent, Sherrie, Me, Eddie, Chris and Casey All the kids that rode on the float - my 2 boys have the black hats on. Thats my big honkin 4ft layout that says memories - the picture is a school picture of my Great grandpa.
The Heritage layout in the front is of my GREAT GREAT grandfather, the other picture you can't see is of him in a buggy and carriage on his mission
all the kiddos in the wagon
front angle - that 2ft layout with the tree was my favorite - the picture is my great grandma and her brother when she was a toddler
me and the boys
back angle
the whole thing - if you can't tell - the wagon is inteded to look like its coming out of the history book.
so thats it - all the stress was definatley worth it. But i'm sure glad its over. Thanks for peeking. Have a good weekend!



9 comments:

Becky said...

WOW!!!
Goosebumps girlfriend!!!
You so rocked the float!

Congrats, you certainly put your heart into this!

B-

careymc said...

Your float won?! No way! Actually, it's not that surprising since you were in charge. It looks awesome, Brenda. :)

Mommy Poulsen said...

What a beautiful float! I bet it is fun to be in the parade.

Karie Coats said...

Wish I could have been there in person to see it! Looks Great sis!

Heather said...

Brenda, that is awesome, you are so talented. I wish i could have seen it too!

Kimmy said...

How fun!!!

Til said...

WOW! WOW! WOW!!!! Gorgeous float! Wish we had stuff like that up here.....

Kellie said...

Brenda.. that float is awesome! man is there anything you cant do? and the layouts are what make the float!! Thanks for putting my site on your blog, I apprciate it! Your awesome.

Brandy Jo said...

Wow, that was quite a float. Sorry I missed it. I'm glad I got to see your layouts in person. Photos don't always do justice. They were great.