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Tucson’s Day of the Dead Procession is now in its 20th Year and last year drew almost 20,000 people. The parade began as a tribute to a local artists father and has grown into this huge tribute to your ancestors and loved ones. This slideshow is contrasted by the following video Dia de Muertos which looks at the cross border practice of folks visiting the graves of loved ones on the Catholic celebration of All Souls and All Saints Days which break down as the lst day celebrating the lives of young children now passed and the next day celebrates the lives of our recent loved ones passed and their ancestors, all who party together into the wee hours of the night.

One response

  1. Shelly Lewellen

    PK, this is amazing. Thank you so much for sharing. Miss you so much. Glad you are making such a great new life.

    November 19, 2010 at 8:47 AM

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