That looks like a hck of a time CA. I havent been to an air show in years. last time i went my oldest was 4 and the noise kinda scared him, even with ear plugs. that was the same year the day after we went one of the planes crashed into a home just after take off up here at our air show for our rose festival. luckily no one was home and the pilot was able to eject and wasnt hurt either.
Same thing happened to my boy this year. The very first jet fighter that went over, he started crying and saying he wanted to go home Took half an hour to calm him down. Finally, with inner AND outer ear protection, he was good to go, and as you can see, had a blast.
Man that is cool. We took my little boy to an air show when he was 2 and he had a blast, ever since then they have not had one close to hiome to take him too....kinda bummed as he had such a great time at 2 I wonder how he would like it today!
Wow... that looks like a blast. I have not been to an air show since I was five I think. What in the heck have I been doing all these years. My Grandpa flew helicopters for the air force and I used to be captivated by them. I am going to have to be in attendance at the next air show on the front range.
The Blue Angels have been bombing my weekend office in Denver before every Broncos game though!
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