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I was being conveniently held up by 2 tons of hot air (77,000 cubic feet). And it would have been a soft landing! Does anyone remember the Walker,Texas Ranger show when Chuck jumped from one balloon to the other - boy am I dating myself or what?
 
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Dizzying. I had never thought about getting reflections on cloth, but you can see the reflections of the clouds! Thanks for the pic.
 
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I don't think those are reflections . . . just the discolorations in the fabric of an older (higher hour) balloon. No worries though as each year the fabric has to pass pull tests during annual inspection.
 

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