A few notes from the Paulhamus Arena bleachers last Friday: How I fortunately went to the store for a can of food for the food bank before I went in – the draft horses of the parade were still passing along Meridian, and chaperones or parents from the Daffodil Festival, on foot behind one carriage pulled by horses. The crowd's walk back was packed and slow. At Hobby Hall I found out the nine-one-one tribute by Puyallup Seventh Day Adventists will not be until seven o'clock. There were cowboy horses and a championship in the arena before the draft horse demo. These were wonderful horses, one with a short brown mane braided with small pony beads the tail crinkly from braiding. Crumpled up my scone wrapper into my quarters envelope from the bank, there were still two quarters in there later.
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