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Red, White and Blue775 views2004 Fortuna Rodeo Parade.
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Coach Ride1209 views2004 Fortuna Rodeo Parade.
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Stuffed Bed763 views2004 Fortuna Rodeo Parade.
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Good People894 views2004 Fortuna Rodeo Parade.
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Another Day, Another Parade...1339 views2004 Fortuna Rodeo Parade.
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Hitchin' a Ride844 views2004 Fortuna Rodeo Parade.
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Out Of the Way, Dude, We've Got a Parade to Put On828 views2004 Fortuna Rodeo Parade.
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Totally...785 views2004 Fortuna Rodeo Parade.
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On the Sunny Side of the Street1066 views2004 Fortuna Rodeo Parade.
We can't all be in the parade, somebody has to sit on the sidewalk and clap as it goes by.
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Rolling Home771 views2004 Fortuna Rodeo Parade.
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Poetry in Motion780 views2004 Fortuna Rodeo Parade.
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Horsing Around812 views2004 Fortuna Rodeo Parade.
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Show and Shine Display1072 views2004 Fortuna Redwood Autorama.
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Precious Cargo805 views2004 Fireman's State Muster
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Working the Crowd800 views2004 Fireman's State Muster
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All Steamed Up1271 views2004 Fireman's State Muster in Rohner Park. Eureka brought EVFD Engine No. 2, this Metropolitan Extra 1st Class Steam Fire Engine and even a team of horses to pull it during the parade. This horse-drawn steam fire engine, built by American La France was delivered to Eureka in February 1905. It was considered the most modern in fire fighting equipment and was the largest engine on the Pacific coast at that time. It would pump 1,100 gallons per minute throwing four 2 1/2" streams. After motorized equipment was put in use, the steamer was kept in reserve and pulled by a truck. It was last used at the fire which destroyed the Occidental Mill (Eureka) in 1935. Its original cost was $6,375 and it weighs 6 tons.
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Uh, I Thought YOU Were Bringing The Horses...721 views2004 Fireman's State Muster
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Flags and Ferndale Fire's Finest884 views2004 Fireman's State Muster in Rohner Park.
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Battle of the Buckets1501 views2004 Fireman's State Muster
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Two of a Kind785 viewsWater Hyacinth blossoms
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