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Arron Mayfield shared some incredible Italian style 8", 10", 12" and 16" aeriel fireworks shells, shot at a perfect pace. Shot slow enough for the photographers in the group to take photographs of individual shells, but fast enough …
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Our friend Rich Bader took on the task of doing a product demo of Full Blown Fireworks, which are single effect cakes in either mines, comets, …
... usual white-knuckled grip.
The weather was such that we could enjoy the Grizzly River Run (twice) and Splash Mountain and stay warm despite getting soaked. Even though Sydney did not get to see the city we lived in for 2 years, California Soarin', an awesome IMAX-type movie where you actually sit in elevated chair lift seats and feel like you are soaring above everything, gave her a great experience of San Francisco and surrounds. We also were lucky enough to miss ...
From Kingman to Lake Havasu City is less than 100 miles but a long ride and quite a difference in climate. For the first time we were under 1000 feet in altitude and over 70 degrees in temperature. We first visited the Route 66 Museum in Kingman and then embarked on the last bit of Route 66 down to I 40 at the CA/AZ border. ...
... abandoned mines.
This area gets only 3 inches of rain per year but as soon as we parked at the beautiful Havasu RV Resort, it started to sprinkle. Our luck! Next day, under a brilliant sun, the surrounding desert radiated in blooms - cactus' exploded in color. It gets very windy every afternoon.
Several years ago, our neighbor in St Albert came to Havasu every winter to fly with the Rebel Airforce because they flew old, OLD ...