As usual, it went north from Dupont Circle, made a loop and came back down 17th Street.
Some of the highlights: DC Front Runners wore long, almost gartered black socks, don't know why.
ACLU has one of the "loudest" floats.
Food and Friends came to bat early.
No, MLB does not have a float, but now people were actually following the Nationals beating the Red Sox, 4-2, at the same time on their cell phones.
Cobalt Level One started serving delicious burgers outside around 5 PM. A dog kept begging for mine.
JR's "bullpen party" started early, and had a line before 8 PM.
Cobalt's Pride Dance upstairs didn't really get going until about 10:30 PM. Higher cover than usual for Pride. The laser show (and some "M star Red Dwarf" lights) was impressive.
Don't forget The Washington Blade and its float.
Gay Mormons had a float.
There was also a band performance.