Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Bristol, RI 4th of July 225th Celebration

The 4th of July in Bristol, RI has always been a great celebration. This year marks it's 225th celebration and I am sure it will be a grand celebration. While showing a home in the neighboring town of Warren, RI right on the Bristol, RI line the buyer agent told me he was at the aerial photo shoot promoting the festivities to come. Thousands came to stand in the white lines to create the number of "2" "2" "5". I can't wait to see the aerial photo.

That evening sitting at home in Tiverton, RI I could the fireworks from Bristol. If this is a preview of what is to come you will not want to miss this years celebration. Established in 1785, it is the oldest continuous celebration of its kind in the United States. Can you image established in 1785! To read more you should visit their web site Bristol Rhode Island's Fourth of July Celebration.

Besides the aerial photo there is a "225th Commemorative Coin" and in 2009 Bristol, RI was selected as one of twelve 2009 Distinctive Destinations by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

The temperature is not the only thing heating up in Rhode Island. We have some of the best water front this country has to offer and seafood to die for. If you are visiting Rhode Island this summer you better make your plans now we get busy this time of year.

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