It's all about red, white and blue during the annual Doo-Dah Parade in downtown Lewes. BY RON MACARTHUR
July 5, 2013
Lucy Nathan of Arnold, Md., cheers on the parade along Savannah Avenue. BY RON MACARTHUR
Phyllis Hoenen has been grand marshal of the parade for decades. BY RON MACARTHUR
The parade moves along Savannah Road. BY RON MACARTHUR
Evel Knievel, aka Derek Cole, leads Kemper and Willet Cole as they ride their bicycles along the parade route. BY RON MACARTHUR
One of the most unusual floats in this year's parade contains the Justice League of America characters. BY RON MACARTHUR
Asia Hobbs takes top spot as queen of the parade. BY RON MACARTHUR
Stay away from these girls because they will get you wet. It didn't much matter because it was nearly 90 degrees at parade time.
The Doo Dah Parade gives people a chance to show off their patriotism. BY RON MACARTHUR
These flower children says it's time to eat less carrots and eat more candy. One of the features of the parade is the amount of candy thrown to parade watchers. BY RON MACARTHUR
Bob McGowen and his granddaughter Paige Grady scoot along the parade route. BY RON MACARTHUR
It was hot, but that didn't deter hundreds from entering the annual Doo-Dah Parade in Lewes. The streets were lined with people in shady spots watching the parade and celebrating the Fourth of July holiday.