Wednesday, May 03, 2017

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Post 1521. Wednesday May 3






There's not a budding boy, or girl, this day,
but is got up, and gone to bring in May.














































16 comments:

  1. everything looks so pretty and colorful.
    Thanks for sharing

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  2. What a fun event! Some of us were just talking about the old May poles we had when we were little here in the US. I haven't seen one in a long time.

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    1. They are still very part of village life here and long may they remain so! Thanks for stopping by.

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  3. Beautiful! Someday i'd like to be in a place that still celebrates the coming of May.

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    1. Join me next year, you'll love it! Cheers.

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  4. Delightful! I never recall a fair like this but my little hometown of Bucyrus Ohio USA celebrates the community's German roots by having a Bratwurst Festival every summer. My great, great uncle provided the best example of the sausage. That recipe is in our family to this day. I remember wearing a little German style dress his wife made for me one year long ago. Thanks for bringing up fond memories!

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    1. I've only been to one German festival and that was the Oktoberfest in Munich. They tell me I drank some beer, but I don't actually remember much!

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  5. Fun! Looks like a great day.

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    1. It is a wonderful annual event. Thanks Beth.

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  6. What a lovely May Day! It is so nice to see traditions continued! It looked like so much fun.

    Josie Two Shoes

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  7. Such a beautiful tradition! Thanks for sharing the pics.They are gorgeous.
    Best wishes,
    Moon
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  8. May Day was never celebrated in any area of Detroit that I am familiar with. I always enjoy seeing pictures so thanks for sharing.

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    1. It's been a tradition here for centuries, and long may it continue. Thank you Denise.

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