Dave Carter's The View From The Cab
Episode 9: The Parade

An audio essay by Dave Carter
Dec 10, 2012
Direct Link to MP3 File

Who doesn’t love a parade? No one, especially when you get in to be in it. This week, Dave Carter takes us to the hamlet of Edgefield, South Carolina where he was invited to participate in a parade honoring our Armed Forces. The best part? He got to drive the special show truck he’s been piloting around the country for past couple of months.

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  1. Percival

    The thrill of marching in a parade is entirely dependent on whether or not any of the units ahead of you are mounted.

  2. Brian Clendinen

    I spent a couple of days in Edgefield when my cousine was married there, his wife hometown.  I personally did not think anything of the place. Just like any other small old town in the south.

  3. Robert E. Lee

    I wish I could have been there.  Small town celebrations have a special feel you find nowhere else.

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