Flags, flags and more flags are attached to every inch of this ATV.
Leading the parade are Diana Hoenen with flag and Viktoriya Hoenen, left, and Kathy Hoenen-Enevold. RON MACARTHUR PHOTOS
A sea of bubbles covers a truck as it rolls along Kings Highway.
Richard Gott of Lewes lets a perfect bubble fly.
Madeline Quirion of Brookville, Md., is in a large cupcake attached to a bicycle.
If they gave out a prize for the most colorful marcher, Julia Edmonds of Lewes has to be in the running.
Driving the Lewes Fire Department Little Reds are firefighter Stephen Metler, front, and junior firefighter Jake Hunsicker.
Gary Nice and his grandson Dalton Zmnda of Lewes have a sweet ride in the parade.
Julie Sing of Lewes rides in her first parade as Lady Liberty.
The Lewes Yacht Club youth committee has a rolling rib boat in the parade.
Neil and Susan Garefino of Lewes have a great seat to the watch the parade.
Jim Culley of Lewes sports the colors of the holiday.
Barbara Vaughan keeps up the tradition of riding her trike in Lewes parades.
Ed Shockley and relatives and friends provide patriotic music – and some candy – along the parade route.
It’s a tradition for family and friends to ride together in the Doo-Dah Parade.
Lewes Presbyterian Church members hand out water along Kings Highway.
Volunteers from the Historic Lewes Farmers Market ride on a flatbed.
Kenny and Kaitlyn Conner of Lewes get a pull along the parade route.
Jase Prettyman of Georgetown drives a decorated mini-jeep.
A large crowd lines Savannah Road near the end of the parade.
Colby Chambers of Seaford says the U.S.A. is No. 1.
What would a Doo-Dah Parade be without a lot of U.S. flags?
Just about everything with wheels - including bikes and skateboards – are used during the parade.
Frosty McDaniel of Lewes is dressed the part in red, white and blue.