Today: Scenes from the South Boston St. Patrick’s Day Parade.

I love living in South Boston and being able to walk over to Broadway and catch the best St. Patrick’s Day parade there is.  Tina and Mal joined us just before the parade started for an Irish flag of cider, a few Clark snuggles, and a lots of laughs.  We caught some of the highlights of the parade, including the Shriners in their tiny trucks, the Cycling Murrays, several WWII vehicles, lots of bagpipes and a giant banana on a bike pulling a Boston Terrier in a laundry basket (who knows).

A few scenes from the South Boston St. Patrick’s Day Parade:

I posted a few more photos (including the banana) on Instagram if you’d like to see more.  It’s a good day to live in Southie.  Then again, every day is a good day to live in Southie.

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One thought on “Today: Scenes from the South Boston St. Patrick’s Day Parade.

  1. I was in a parade over Thanksgiving weekend and those little trucks were spellbinding, I couldn’t keep my eyes off them!

    I don’t know that I’d even call where I live a neighborhood… its the one missing thing. I do love our location, though!

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