Thursday, June 30, 2011

Three Cheers for the Red, White, and Blue

We are going to be celebrating our nation's birthday in the mountains this weekend.  Here is a little bit of Americana to celebrate the Fourth of July.

The entrances to the Heritage neighborhood are all done up in red, white, and blue flowers.

One block up from us is Marshall Farm Road.  Where it is extended past Rogers Road, they have added a traffic circle, and have decorated with a huge fountain and two smaller ones.

All around the circular garden are American flags.

This large home in Heritage has a proper flagpole with the flag on display.

Star of the Garden, pieced and quilted by Jeanne T. McBrayer for Carolina Longarm Challenge

I hope you all have a safe and happy Fourth of July weekend!

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