The neighbourhood Stars and Stripes Show

Our neighbourhood Stars and Stripes warm up to the big day tomorrow was combined with a car show.

Our neighbourhood Stars and Stripes Show celebrated the USA in one of the coolest ways possible.

So many big toys in the one spot - awesome!

With big USA toys – awesome!

I reckon I know how this works.

I reckon I know how this works.

The bike was definitely my favourite.

The vintage Harley was definitely my favourite.

Ana thought the flying purple elephant was the best thing she'd seen all night.

Ana thought the flying purple elephant was the best thing she’d seen all night.

It was fun - but I would have rather had a go on the bike.

It was fun – but I would have rather been on the Harley.

The baseball game was a blast

The baseball game was a blast (literally, it’s hard to hit a hovering air ball)

And the first time we'd played ice, er, grass hockey.

We also got to play ice, er, grass hockey for the first time.

We chose the lobster truck for dinner.

We chose the lobster dinner.

and set up a picnic spot on the hill

and set up a picnic spot on the hill

Lobster quesadilla, my new favourite.

Lobster quesadilla, my new favourite.

The band was a little too country for us so we spiced it up with some rock and roll.

The band was a little too country for us so we spiced it up with some rock and roll.

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3 Responses to “The neighbourhood Stars and Stripes Show”

  1. Abuela Says:

    The motorbike interest is genetic, methinks.

  2. Jennifer Hunt Says:

    Wow!!!! You guys sure know how to celebrate!!!

  3. Iggy the Aviator Says:

    What! No airplanes? Flying elephants …. well, at least they are Jumbos.

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