Port Angeles' Independence Day celebration revisited [**GALLERY**]
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Thirteen-year-old Makyla Johnson of Port Angeles shows delight from the sidelines as the parade is about to start.
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Port Angeles Yacht Club sponsored a boat parade that made a roundtrip in the harbor twice on Independence Day.
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Joe Hill, 8, a member of Cub Scout Pack 4686, waves from a tent set up on a parade float.
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Margaret Jakubcin, assistant director for the North Olympic Library System, does an interpretive dance as the library's entry prepares to march in the parade.
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Bill Bottgenback rides a converts riding lawnmower adorned to look like a miniature truck with matching trailer.
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Members of the Diamond Point Swift Formation team do a thrilling flyover along a portion of the parade route to kick off Thursday's Independence Day parade in Port Angeles.
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Elizabeth Livesay of Mountain View Farm escorts her calf C.J. down Lincoln Street.
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Members of the American Legion Riders make their way down Lincoln Street.
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Mary-Alice Boulter plays the role of "Betty Broccoli" as part of a parade entry representing the Port Angeles Farmers Market.
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Independence Day activities in Port Angeles climax with the fireworks show, as seen from City Pier.

Port Angeles celebrated our nation's Independence Day in grand style Thursday.

And on this Fifth of July, let's revisit some of the sights that made the day so special — from the boat parade and street parade to the fireworks after dusk.

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Enjoy!














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