The Polebridge Fourth of July Parade, in pictures...

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  • The Redneck Red Bus Tour glides through the Polebridge parade Tuesday. (Chris Peterson photo).

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    Outhouses on parade.

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    Biking through the parade.

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    Throwin candy to the kids.

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    The parade also included a flyover.

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    Santa Claus waves to the crowd as his “elves” throw out candy at the Polebridge Fourth of July parade Tuesday. (Chris Peterson photo)

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    “Vladimir Putin” and “President Trump” together on a whimsical float in the Polebridge Parade Tuesday. (Chris Peterson photo)

  • The Redneck Red Bus Tour glides through the Polebridge parade Tuesday. (Chris Peterson photo).

  • 1

    Outhouses on parade.

  • 2

    Biking through the parade.

  • 3

    Throwin candy to the kids.

  • 4

    The parade also included a flyover.

  • 5

    Santa Claus waves to the crowd as his “elves” throw out candy at the Polebridge Fourth of July parade Tuesday. (Chris Peterson photo)

  • 6

    “Vladimir Putin” and “President Trump” together on a whimsical float in the Polebridge Parade Tuesday. (Chris Peterson photo)

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