Coming in Hot

Coming in hot means coming in at a reckless speed, which was what this balloon was doing as winds picked up near touchdown. It scraped a tobacco field,took out a rope fence and finally drug to a halt. The horses took off running in every direction as the balloon descended.This very same balloon somehow got caught on a high power line the next day and actually was starting to smoke before the wire snapped and fell to the ground. Amazingly no one got zapped.

4 responses to “Coming in Hot

  1. I think the fact that you always seem to be in the right spot at the right time is a tribute to your skills, but also demonstrates the time you spend in “the hunt.”

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