Flying and Crewing
For us, ballooning is a year-round sport with each season offering it's own unique vistas and experiences. It's difficult to choose a favorite time of year to fly but one thing is for certain. Once you're hooked, you can't stay away for long.
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Spring, with the rebirth of all things green, the fresh scent of flowers and newly mown grass is a glorious time to fly. The brilliant colors of the balloon combine with natures new colors to lift your spirits as the cabin fever of winter becomes a distant memory.
Summer, a time of warm lazy days and easy living. It's the time of year for outdoor activities and ballooning is the king of outdoor activities. There is simply no better means of transportation to a good time, than by balloon. The many Balloon Festivals of summer keep the balloonist busy flying lots of happy folks "living large" and loving every minute of it.
Fall, the brilliant colors of the foliage season in New England and the crisp cooler air of the season draws many people into the air for sightseeing and photography flights. You'd better get your flight reservations in early because most balloonists are completely booked for natures limited time only display of color!
Winter, few people think of flying this time of year but the crystal clear sky and cold temperatures let you see forever and fly just about as long. Winter is a good time to train students and fly your crew. The snowy fields and icicles on trees can make for rare and beautiful photographs.
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