Kingston lets the flags fly

Kingston showed up in force to show a little patriotic flair during the town’s Fourth of July Parade on Thursday.

Crowds lined the sides of SR 104 from the Lindvog Rd. NE intersection, down to Washington Boulevard NE near the Kingston Ferry Terminal. Among the crowd were smiling faces both young and old, wearing all manner of flag-emblazoned accessories. Those in attendance were also accompanied by a significant canine contingent as families saw fit to bring along their furry family members as well.

Here are a few of our favorite photos from the event.

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