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  • Pigs On Parade


    Today is the day for the Pigs On Parade event in Geneseo! There are 11 pigs in all (I think that was the count), here are a few pics of my Pig for you. It was HOT out there! Catybug and I are on the other side of the hayrack doing the “parade wave”, Doc Bordwell riding alongside as well. There was also some local news hanging around, so if I catch any extra publicity of course I’ll be happy to share that as well!

    Some onlookers after the parade route ended.
    He recieved some nice compliments!

    The clearcoat really gave the painting a great shine, he looks beautiful out in the sunlight! I’m really pleased with how it turned out. The parade was handled so efficiently, and the community involvement was really great!

    The only thing missing was candy, according to Chickeymonkey – she was expecting us to be tossing out candy from the hayracks. Which explains why she wanted to be an onlooker with Daddy!

    Here are some extra pigs – we didn’t get pics of all of them. My personal fave is the Chef! It is really well done (hardy-oink-har-har)!








    Darlene said,

    LOOOOOVE him!!! He looks so proud and handsome too!!

    Now when are you starting on a cow?? A cow would be cool, wouldn’t it? Love cows. Do a cow, please??? PRETTY please???? :p

    7.29.2006 @ 2:15 pm
    cjsteff said,

    I’m certian your pig was by far the most handsome, but I’m curious. What were the other pigs like? Have a wonderful weekend. Hugs, clara

    7.29.2006 @ 3:12 pm
    Darlene said,

    Love the other pigs too, but of course yours was the best one there!! :good:

    7.29.2006 @ 4:21 pm
    Phoenix said,

    Do they get voted on? Yours is still cute but yes the chef piggie was done well ;)

    7.29.2006 @ 4:58 pm
    Pearl said,

    Those are cool. In Toronto I’ve seen the moose, in Ottawa the huge tulips, and in Vancouver I’ve seen the grizzly bears. It seems to be a popular idea with lots of room to improvise.

    7.29.2006 @ 6:09 pm
    Janet said,

    those are some adorable pigs :-)

    You did a GREAT job!

    Thanks for visiting.

    7.29.2006 @ 7:38 pm
    Laura said,

    I have never, ever seen pigs on parade and now I think I’ve seen everything. I LOVED this little post!
    Locally, there are manatees and turtles that the artists will paint on commission, usually for local charities. I haven’t seen them on parade, however… and I think it’s time we did the same thing.
    I am late to post but a very happy belated Bday to Catybug! She’s a cutie, that one. Bet she’s having a ball with the pup. :)

    7.29.2006 @ 9:20 pm
    YellowRose said,

    Your pig looked wonderful, the star on parade!!! :good: He turned out so beautiful….a pig can be beautiful, right? lol

    The chef piggy is cute too…I have chefs in my kitchen, wonder if he’d fit? :giggle:

    7.30.2006 @ 8:52 am
    Shelli said,

    Yours was probably way more detailed than any of the others! I like the penny pig. Can I see a larger picture of that one? Was it real pennies glued onto it?

    7.30.2006 @ 6:10 pm
    Reverberate58 said,

    Oh Leann thats for sharing these pictures. I do love all the pigs. In TN it was black bears and I loved to go to all the places and see how different each one was. This is neat! Being a quilter I like the Pig in Stitches. And I got a quick view of your close up posting of your finished pig and I love how the hair/fur made it really come alive. :meow:

    7.31.2006 @ 7:08 am
    Lisa-TheShizzle said,

    You should be really proud! :lovestruck: That pig is awesome. I like that chef one too!

    7.31.2006 @ 7:50 am
    Ficklechick said,

    How cute and fun! Yours is the hottest looking one, of course!

    7.31.2006 @ 5:39 pm
    Ocean Lady said,

    Wow that is so neat! They all look great! I like the ones with more detail like yours and the one with the leaves and patterns! :swimming:

    8.1.2006 @ 8:50 am

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