Gallery: Giving Thanks For Detroit's Thanksgiving Parade (But Not The Lions)


November 28, 2019, 12:39 PM by  Allan Lengel
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Bundled up in scarves, hats, blankets and bulky winter coats, thousands lined about a three-mile stretch of Woodward Avenue in Midtown and downtown Detroit on Thursday morning to watch the annual Thanksgiving parade.

Temperatures hovered around 35 degrees as floats and parade participants marched southward. There were even some Lions fans wearing the team's gear -- that's loyalty.



Yes, Lions fans still do exist.

Yes, it is cold.




Trying to stay warm with coffee.


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