Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival Grand Feature Parade

Kena 500 cars parade along Braddock Street during the Apple Blossom Grand Feature Parade on Saturday in Winchester. Rich Cooley/Daily
A flag corp member of Sherando High School's marching band leads the group's procession. Rich Cooley/Daily
Miss Virginia Courtney Garrett shows off her pumps. Rich Cooley/Daily
Steve Foster and his trick mule Amazing Grace delight the crowd along Braddock Street during the parade. Rich Cooley/Daily
U.S. Army Old Guard Fife and Drum Corp from Washington, D.C., perform. Rich Cooley/Daily
A Handley High School band member gets a shot of water while marching along the parade route. Rich Cooley/Daily
White House Foods' horse-drawn carriage makes a turn onto Braddock Street during the parade. Rich Cooley/Daily
Massanutten Military Academy cadets march in formation along this section of Cork Street during Saturday's parade. Rich Cooley/Daily
A Cole Brothers Circus clown gives a blank stare while traveling in the parade. Rich Cooley/Daily
Randolph Macon Academy cadets parade down Cork Street. Rich Cooley/Daily
John Taylor, a member of the City of Winchester's Pipes and Drums, plays the bag pipes while walking the Apple Blossom Grand Feature Parade route on Saturday in Winchester. Rich Cooley/Daily
Apple Blossom Grand Marshal Kevin Jonas waves to the crowd as he rides by. Rich Cooley/Daily
Natasha Valerievna Bure, Queen Shenandoah LXXXVIII, waves during the parade. Rich Cooley/Daily
Candace Cameron Bure, mother of the queen, waves to the crowd. Rich Cooley/Daily