Naked cyclists and other family fun
It's that time of year again! The day when mobs of people descend on Seattle's Fremont neighborhood for its rather unique take on summer parades. A bit of what makes the Solstice Parade special:
- Naked cyclists—with some body paint of course
- All human pushed or pulled floats
- Utilikilt brigade
- Flock of belly dancers
- Political and environmental statements in floats
- Charming disarray
It's all today, Saturday June 17th at noon! For a great set of photos from last year, see Tim Greyhavens' site.
PS—520 is closed this weekend.