Members of the Southern Veterans Association, Raymond Baker (second from left) carrying the Southern Ute Tribal flag, Howard Richards Sr., (center) and Rod Grove (second from right) lead the annual Durango Veterans Parade on Veteran’s Day, Sunday, Nov. 11.
Southern Ute Veterans Association Vice-Commander, Raymond Baker, U.S. Navy (retired), carries the Southern Ute tribal flag as part of the color guard, leading the annual Veterans Day Parade, Sunday, Nov. 11 in Durango.
The Al Kaly Temple, Tin Lizzies of Durango, Colo. – always a crowd favorite – drive their miniature Model T cars, weaving between one another up Main Street.
Wolf Pack 502 carry their Den flag as well as the U.S Flag and others.
Keeping "the Spirit of '45 Alive."
A horse adorned with red, white and blue bows in its mane, decked out for the Veterans Parade.
The Durango High School Marching Band keeps stride with the historic, Strater Hotel in the background.
Durango Fiesta Days Queen Maddie Story, 17, of Bayfield carries the stars and stripes upon her trusty stead.