Stand Tall for America

Along with many fun-filled carriages, vehicles and floats, the sight of some very lanky, long-legged women enlivened the Hailey Days of the Old West Fourth of July Parade, held Monday on Main Street. Kate Woods, director of The Mountain School, walked the entire mile-long parade route on stilts, accompanied by three others equally decked out, as well as some of her students prettied up in butterfly costumes. The Mountain School is a Waldorf school in Bellevue. The parade route was packed several rows deep with families from all over southern Idaho. Other highlights were the Heritage Lady carriage and Elbie?s tricked-out car turned bouncing tank. Photo by Willy Cook

Wednesday, July 6, 2005

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