Chad Stuart's Photo Diary: Labor Day
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In this edition of Chad's "photo diary" feature, Chad shows us what Sun Valley does to celebrate Labor Day.
Get out your ten gallon hat, and get ready for the parade...
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Chad: "This is the start of the Ketchum Labor Day Parade, known as the largest non-motorized parade in the western states. They have a very noisy shoot out on Main Street between the white hats and the black hats. Itís kinda silly, but the kids like it."
Chad: "These riders are incredibly skilled. You donít need a bit and a bridle to communicate with your mount, just a good pair of knees."
Chad: "A western parade wouldnít be a parade with out one of these."
Chad: "This ore wagon train is very famous, and very tricky to drive."
Chad: "You need a whole lotta mules to pull the thing."
Chad: "There's a spotter and a brakeman on each car."
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