Fourth of July Silliness

Here’s how we celebrated July Fourth in Dungeness.  Blue ties with red and white stars for the boys, blue barrettes with fireworks on for the girls, and small American flags for all. I think the Norwegians in the group actually enjoyed the festivities more than the Americans!

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And when it got dark: glow-stick bracelets!

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We did attempt to keep a low-profile as we were celebrating a holiday commemorating independence from England….and we were IN England. It was a bit odd. But it was a fun bit of silliness!

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