Let me introduce you to Scorch, Cosmos 1, Fire hydrant, Basketball, Betty Jean Butterfly and some of the rest of the gang. While I don’t recall Scorch having any counterparts, Cosmos 1 was in a row between the earth and an alien rocketship. There was a fire truck and an old fashioned fireman to compliment the fire hydrant. The basketball had a football and a soccer ball to play with and Betty Jean fit right in with the birds and the bees.
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Scorch is my distant cousin. 🙂
There was a dinosaur baby coming out of an egg there too…another relative?
I want the football one!
There was also a soccer ball there too 🙂
Come here first hydrant. I have a gift for you. Snorts with piggy laughter. I wonder if I can kick it that high? XOXO – Bacon
You’re killing me!!!! LOL LOL LOL
Looks innocent… who me? Snorts with piggy laughter. XOXO – Bacon
I know you are a rabble rouser! hehe
A balloon for everyone’s imagination.
Weren’t they grand 🙂
More like grandiose 🙂
Yeah! And big too 😉
I love these! so colorful. Looks like a fun day out and a great photo opportunity. Nicely caught.
It was a fun week out and I wore myself down…but worth it. Thanks
Oh wow, these balloons are so creative! Great photos!
Thank you! I hope you go back and check out the post where I flew in the pink elephant 🙂
Betty Jean Butterfly is my fave, what a fun activity there!
Betty Jean is a sweetie isn’t she?
Wow. So much fun!
It was! It was!
I’ve sen pics of this event in the past, Teri, but I’d no idea that so many characters were soaring overhead. They add to the wonderment. Thanks for taking us along.
Amazing! I am going to confess that I’m getting a little in love with the blog.
Only a little? 🙂
It’s absolutely amazing how creative people are with their balloons. When we wre at the festival we didn’t see that many different shapes, though.
Really? I’m sorry you didn’t because some of them were just “how did they do that?” cool.
Well, we did see some in amazing shapes.