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Welcome to Pet Parade Hop 265. The hop is sweet and simple this week as we have lost our inspiring co-host Bionic Basil. We are linking to his memorial post in the hop. Please visit, if you have not already done so. We celebrate an adventurer, a muse, and an all round fantastic cat. Thank you for supporting the hop and including your posts and other social media. The posts we read each week are inspiring, fun and bring us closer to friends worldwide. Don’t let the Pet Parade Pass You By Pet Parade 265 Next week is Talk (or Meow!) Like a Pirate Day so we will be celebrating. If you Woof like a Pirate, Squeak like a pirate or fancy bellowing ‘Arrrrrgghhh Me Hearties’ join us next week! Have a good week everyone and thank you for hopping around the blogosphere. Marjorie and the Dash Kitten Crew on Pet Parade 265 [inlinkz_linkup id=797695 mode=1]
Visiting Kansas City meant we got to see the Hallmark Ornament Trees at the Hallmark Visitor Centre in Kansas City. Seeing the trees close up meant we could admire the wealth of detail in each tree and I hope you can enjoy some in our post today as we celebrate Thankful Thursday with Brian’s family grateful that we managed to see such gorgeous handiwork. We posted on our visit to Kansas City here too. [Check out our Hallmark Christmas tree movie. It is at the top but not everyone sees it there so I will add it at the bottom of the post. It has a vintage-y filter!] The History of the Hallmark Ornament Trees Each of these artificial christmas trees was created by the staff at Hallmark for their founder J C Hall. The tradition started with everyone creating a special card and evolved into what is now a magnificent display and the Hallmark Christmas trees are known the world over. The tree was revealed in the days before Christmas each year, and I bet the excitement was intense. Imagined Mr Hall’s delighted reaction to the unveiling of each year’s tree. For 17 years the tree was a tradition, it…