Wednesday Jul 02 2008 comments Folsom cattle drive By: Philip Wood -A +A Philip Wood/The Telegraph Philip Wood/The Telegraph Philip Wood/The TelegraphLydia Leanos is Folsom Pro Rodeo Queen. Philip Wood/The TelegraphPainted Ladies Crystal Durdn, left, Sandra Tibbetts, Sandra Wise and Stacy Watson prepare to ride in the parade Wednesday. Philip Wood/The TelegraphDavid Miller, of the Bureau of Land Management, cowboys up in costume before the parade. Philip Wood/The TelegraphMutton Busters, left to right, Emma Thomson, Cole Snay and Cy Watson take a quick pose in their float before the start of the parade. Philip Wood/The TelegraphCarson Green, left, talks with his brother, Gavin, and his parents, Paula and Robert before the Folsom Pro Rodeo Parade on Wednesday afternoon. Philip Wood/The TelegraphStudents from the Sundance Montessori Preschool & Kindergarten take a break from studies to watch the parade Wednesday afternoon. Philip Wood/The TelegraphHundreds of spectators lined Sutter Street to the watch the rodeo parade and cattle drive Wednesday afternoon. Philip Wood/The Telegraph Philip Wood/The TelegraphFolsom City Councilmember Steve Miklos waves to the crowd on Sutter Street, while Curtis Mata of the Folsom Fire Department steers a 1937 fire truck. Philip Wood/The TelegraphJerry Walker, left, and Congressman Dan Lungren sit up front in the Wells Fargo Stagecoach in Wednesday afternoon's kickoff to the rodeo parade on Sutter Street. Philip Wood/The TelegraphFolsomites lined up along Natoma Street to watch the beginning of the parade that kicked off the Folsom Pro Rodeo Wednesday afternoon. Philip Wood/The TelegraphDentist Curtis Croft watches the parade from in front of his Natoma Street office Wednesday. Philip Wood/The TelegraphSitting curbside on Stafford Street at the start of Wednesday's cattle drive are, left to right, Joyce Melchin, Kelly Vaccaro, Habiba Darwish, Cooper Lowry, Taylor Allen, Nathan Kraemer, Julia Hamafee and Pam Melgoza, all of Folsom. Philip Wood/The TelegraphPat King, the traffic czar of Folsom, diverts traffic off Natoma Street at Stafford Street in preperation for Wednesday's Folsom Pro Rodeo Cattle Drive.