In case you’re not well-versed on the history of the state of Oregon, this year marks its 150th birthday. If you want to get really fancy about it, you can call it Oregon’s Sesquicentennial. If you’re a bigfoot geek like me, you can call it Oregon’s Sasquatchtennial. That’s exactly what the town of Sandy, OR decided to do. (I love Oregon!)
On Thursday, July 9 I drove down to Sandy, OR to meet up with Sandy resident, friend, and long-time sasquatch investigator Todd Neiss and his family to enjoy the Sandy Mountain Festival’s parade. The theme this year was sasquatch and the sesquicentennial of Oregon. I wish all parades were this cool!
Enjoy the pics:
Happy Sasquatchtennial, Oregon!