These cut-out characters are skating around a rock sculpture of a hiker. He's been dressed up before.
The fences here are small but cute. I'm linking to Fences Around the World.
Also in Woodstock on Saturday, I saw plenty of pink hats. Even the Peter Muhlenberg was wearing one! A man complained that this was disrespectful of Muhlenberg, a Revolutionary War hero. After thinking about it, I concluded that Muhlenberg would understand. He was quite a rebel, for his fame in Woodstock is based on the story that he was preaching in a local church in 1776 when he interrupted a text from Ecclesiastes, saying "a time of war, and a time of peace... And this is the time of war," removing his clerical robe to reveal his Colonel's uniform. He went on the form the 8th Virginia Regiment and be an important officer in the Revolution.
This legendary incident in Woodstock took place on January 21, 1776, exactly 241 years before the Women's March and the day I took this picture!