I attended the Dogwood Festival in Perry Ga, after spending the day in town looking at all the exhibits, I made my way out to the fairgrounds where they were setting up for the balloons and for the free concert that night. This was one of the first balloons that was inflated and I did’nt think to much of the shot until I saw the umbrella in the foreground, that was when I saw something more and knew the shot was what I was looking for.
This Cosair was on display on the hangar deck of the USS Yorktown Aircraft Carrier, the boy is my grandson.
I had the pleasure accompanying my grandson and his boyscout troup for a two night stay on the USS Yorktown aircraft carrier. I can say this it was a unique experience to sleep in the quarters that the enlisted men slept in, while it was possible to get some sleep it was way different from the comforts of home. This World War II carrier had a treat at every corner on every deck. There was lots of history on that ship combined with movies and documentaries. The ship is located on Patriot’s Point just outside of Charleston S.C. There was a destroyer and a submarine too.
On a trip this past spring we visited some of the attractions on the streets of Charleston. This youngster was having fun staying cool on a warm day.
I used this in a comparison post earlier but I thought the full size version was needed. Its spring now, not to say cold weather is gone, but warmer days are mighty welcome these days. Soon it will be summer again and then we will be complaining about the heat. Soon we will all be planning vacations and visiting some of our favorite places. There are several of these big wheels in the United States, they are really cool, they have air conditioning, and they provide a view that is second to none. If you have a chance to ride one of these, be sure to carry your camera along, you will be able to see a lot of things from a different angle.