They do a great job, and it is a great service. We like both, our own flag and the one the scouts put up.
On Friday at a BBQ with Mark, Erin, and family, Ruby wasn't feeling well so Erin showed her some sympathy by crying along with her.
Once the balloons lift off, they are a sight to behold. What a picture perfect morning for the balloon lift off at Provo.
Jarom with George, Henry, and Teddy watching the balloons.
The start of the PG 4th of July fireworks display. I'm proud of our little town that carries on a tradition of holding its fireworks display for the public. Even better, ever since the PG High School converted their football field to syntethic turf, the city move the fireworks down the the Jr. High which is only a half a block from our home. So, now, we walk down the the neighbors with our lawn chairs and sit and watch it with relative ease and enjoyment. We didn't have to fight the traffic, just sit back and relax.
In all the places our family has lived, I can only remember a few places where we would go and watch the fireworks display. There was Schofield Barracks, Hawaii and RAF Chicksands fete. Of course there would be other displays but you would have to drive a considerable distance to view them. Here in Utah Valley, there's the huge Stadium of Fire and of course our PG City display.