My Experience at the Plymouth Thanksgiving Parade

fullsizerender-30For the third year in a row I have had the pleasure of being a part of the Plymouth Thanksgiving day Parade…also known as “America’s Hometown Parade” Every year this parade seems to be bigger and more fun!

This year instead of being on a float I was in a 1964 Lincoln Continental. As I was travelling through the parade a lot of men specifically kept coming over to the car to try and guess what year it was…only a few guessed the correct year. Anyway, as we drove through the crowd everyone kept yelling out “hey that car has suicide doors” I was thinking what the heck are “suicide doors” well it’s when the front and back doors open in such a way that if a person was standing in between them and another car came along and hit that car the person that was standing there would be sandwiched in between the two doors…it wouldn’t be good. I’m sure you get the idea.

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Anyway, getting back to the parade…what a great place to be in a Thanksgiving Parade…in Plymouth. Home of Plymouth Rock etc…what a great family day. So many kids having good clean fun with their families.

I thought I would share some pictures with you. I can’t wait to be in it again next year…without the “suicide doors!”

About Karen Blake

Karen Blake is the host for The Karen & Ralphie Morning Show weekdays from 6 to 10 a.m. on The Q (WQRC 99.9 FM), Cape Cod’s Fresh Mix.



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