“Old Days” hits off the year with a boom

From the 27th to the 29th of September Los Alamos held its annual Old Days along the town’s main street. Visitors and tourists bought food, jewelry, and even a giant bronze statues. A parade travels down main street on the second day and includes several local charity groups, marching bands, and other performances.

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A Ford Thunderbird convertible.

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Little town derby ready to hit the streets.

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Just one of the many marching bands to play in the parade each year, followed by tubas, more drums, and trumpets.

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 the locals put on a dancing spectacle!

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 Vintage tractors dominate the dirt fields surrounding the town.

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 A line of vintage automobiles prepare to line the streets for show.

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 Hot dogs on a hot day.

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Dancing girls pose before the parade starts.

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NRA booth selling memberships and rifles.

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local artwork at the library donation booth.

unnamed.8Just one of many booths with hot foods and barbecue.