Our 4th of July festivities started in Templeton where we watched their Main Street Independence Day parade from the front porch of Clavo Cellars.
First thing we must say is that Templeton is a hidden gem…a town of roughly 3,000 people which has a few great restaurants, wineries, and a beautiful downtown. Second, hanging out with the Clavo Cellars crowd is always a party!
As we watched the parade we enjoyed some great food and mimosas…once the parade was over the fine people at Clavo brought in live music, wine, and hot dogs…nothing more American than that!!
Take a look at this small town, “back in time” parade video…good times!! Thank you to Clavo for letting us set up camp!!
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Very festive Annie, love the flag hat. Cool little town Templeton, we went thru it on our road trip package deal from Apple Farm where we did the Olive Oil, Lavendar Farm in Templeton then up to PR for the three wineries.. Glad you had a great time.
Hoot (or Matt) says
We did indeed have a great time Bev…great community, great people, and great food and wine!! I liked Annie’s hat a lot too…LOL!!
“TWO-FLAGS” The ghetto version of SIX FLAGS!!! LOL!! Matt! U CRACK ME UP!!!
Hoot 'n Annie says
Small town = only TWO-FLAGS available! hehehehe…we’re all about ghetto, and love that kind of stuff!