Wednesday, July 2, 2014

STREET PEOPLE

What makes the perfect Fourth of July holiday for you?


By WILLY COOK

“The whole day is activity bound. It starts with snuggles and pancakes in the morning. Then, getting Mom into her favorite spot for the parade and enjoying that. Main Street Hailey comes alive with celebrations, barbecue carts, beverages, you name it. A slight lull, maybe a nap, get energized for the rodeo, a soiree for the attitude and finish with patriotic music and fireworks.”

Curt Williams, Hailey

 

“Family, friends, fireworks and firearms.”

Brian Ward, Ketchum

 

“When the whole family goes down to the Hailey parade and afterwards returns back home for a neighborhood barbecue and street party under the fireworks.”

Maria Simms, Hailey

 

“Watching fireworks on the golf course and having friends come over and cook barbecue chicken or other meat.”

Mason Homchick, Seattle

 

“Good-looking cowgirls in town wearing boots and short skirts.”

Nappy Neaman, Mid Valley

 

“Go see fireworks and buy fireworks that we shoot off on the ground.”

Alli Stastny (left)

“Every Fourth of July, our family gets together and we go see fireworks, cook steaks and our dog, Bobo, gets scared and hides under the table.”

Elli Stastny (right)

Murtaugh twins

 

“Finding a cool piece of grass somewhere to lay on and watch the fireworks and pray that the sprinklers don’t come on.”

Christine Pendle, Sun Valley

 

“That I get to legally blow something up.”

Fred Anderson, Bellevue




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