Happy Independence Day & Blessed Be

The Stars and Stripes, a Colorado craft beer, and a Ripley’s witchcraft museum goblet. This is actually the summer solstice celebration, I reckon, delayed two weeks.

I’m kicking back after driving one of my department’s fire trucks in Nearby Town’s 4th 0f July parade. Here is a picture of one of the units pre-parade. Kids and an early Farmall Cub. You couldn’t pose that.

5 thoughts on “Happy Independence Day & Blessed Be

    1. As Sir Walter Scott wrote,

      Lives there a man with soul so dead,
      Who never to himself hath said–
      [when returning from a foreign strand]
      ‘This is my own, my native land?’

  1. Medeina Ragana

    Thank you! I AM patriotic, although I’m not fanatically about it, and I vote.

  2. Pitch313

    Shock Top is an Anheuser-Busch brand. Not a craft beer brewed by a small brewery.

    I like to think that the growth of craft brewing gives a kick to a Pagan world view–on the small, local, a bit different side. But it’s really mostly a business. Financing, distribution, and sales count a lot. Craft-like beers are maybe better for business than actual craft ones.

    Let me add that I am all for folks drinking the beer that they like. Pagans got plenty of brew deities!

    1. My mistake. The liquor store had in the “Colorado Craft” section, but sometimes “little” brands by big brewers, like Molson-Coors’ “Colorado Native,” have sneaked in there.

Comments are closed.