Sunday, October 17, 2010


The Little Five Points annual Halloween parade is an Atlanta institution. It is one of the few things I actually drag my lazy butt out to see consistently. We rode up early - uncostumed - to find a good spot to sit. The hill in front of the Bass Lofts provided good seating, good vantage of the parade route, and plenty of railings for bicycle parking. We were more than an hour early, but the pre-parade crowd was just as entertaining as the main event. Costumes, bicycles, the everyday weirdness of L5P, and the futile attempts by motorists to find parking or even find a path through the crowds and barricades.
Looking for a good spot
Bikes, floats, bands
Coordinated transportation and accessories

Trapped cars
I may have nightmares about this
The show begins

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