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The 2018 Port Townsend Rhody Parade
Join the “Quimper Corgi Clan” for this fun event!
Weather for Saturday afternoon, May 19th will be clear and cool.
We are number 54 in 110 entries. The parade starts at 1:00, we think we’ll be at the parade start (Lawrence & Harrison) by about 1:30. We’ll post our staging area as soon as we get it on Saturday. The easiest way is to join us on Lawrence near the Firehouse, or just jump in with your Corgi.
Feel free to forward this to other Corgis and their owners.
There’s nothing like hearing from the block ahead, “Oh look! Corgis!”
All well-behaved Corgis and owners are welcome.
Try to avoid “flexi-leads” please.
Egon and his littermate Billie Jean have both won their AKC Championships! Billie Jean won hers at the Whidby Island Kennel Club shows in November by winning Winners Bitch. Egon won his in grand style in September by going Best of Breed and then finishing with a Fourth Place in the Herding Group at the Timberland Dog Fanciers’ shows in Chehalis, WA. I’m really proud of them. Their mother is “Whimsey” CH Stillwater Caprice. Egon and Billie Jean were bred by Mary Day of Stillwater Pembroke Welsh Corgis in Olympia, WA. Egon is owned and loved by Josh and Alicia. Thank you, Josh and Alicia, for letting us show this fun, handsome boy.
“Egon” CH Stillwater Fashion (l) & “Billie Jean” CH Stillwater Style (r).
We had a ball at this year’s Port Townsend Rhody Grand Parade. 18 Corgis from all over the Sound marched with us. It was fun hearing from each block ahead, “Oh look! Corgis!”
Bring your humans and walk with us next year, May 19, 2018.
Here are some pictures that dad took:
You and Your Corgi
Won’t Want to Miss This!
as we march in the
Port Townsend Rhody Festival
Bring your Corgi (with or without a tail)
and spend the day in beautiful Port Townsend!
The parade starts at 1:00
we are entry #71 of 90
we think we’ll be at the start line by about 1:30.
We stage on Pierce Street,
just below Lawrence Street.
Easy to meet us along Lawrence Street and just jump in.
Parking available on Franklin Street.
For more information:
All well-behaved Corgis are welcome, no flexi-leads please.