This is something of a long, two part post.
The first part is our float from the parade on Saturday celebrating Beaufort's 300th birthday.
The tractor that pulled our float is a 1953 John Deere.
Some of the ladies riding on our float which represented the civil war era of our town.
A reproduction cannon with two civil war soldiers keeping watch.
One of my dear reenactor friends, Louise.
I wore my blue and yellow dress for the occasion.
Soldiers riding on the tail end of our float.
This beautiful antique fire engine led the parade.
Hmmm, who's this talking to the driver?
Yes, it's Gary Sinese.
His band played a concert Friday night to raise money for the Wounded Warriors program.
He rode on the fire truck for the parade.
Now for part two.
There is nothing nicer than enjoying a pot of tea after a parade.
These are some of the many teapots and china pieces from the Charleston museum tour we took a few weeks ago.
I know this isn't a teapot but it had a spout so I thought I would include it:).
I hope you enjoyed the parade and museum teapot and china tour.
I think I'll have a cup of tea.
Care to join me?