October Flights Roundup and End of Flying Season

Well, it’s past time to post-up flight pics for the month of October. The flying weather for the Adirondacks, Lake George, Saratoga Springs and Albany – The Capital District region, started out poorly, but got real good right at peak foliage time and the busy Columbus Holiday Weekend rush for balloon rides. We will start with the earliest to the last flight of the month.

On Friday morning the 11th, I flew Pat and Fred from Delmar, and Andrew and Jessica from Saratoga Springs.

On Friday morning the 11th, I flew Pat and Fred from Delmar, and Andrew and Jessica from Saratoga Springs.

On the morning of the 12th, I flew Francis and Antonette from Brewster MA. Francis's family history dates to the first settlers in MA, the  Pilgrims at Plymouth MA.

On the morning of the 12th, I flew Francis and Antonette from Brewster MA. Francis’s family history dates to the first settlers, the Pilgrims at Plymouth MA.

Also on the morning of the 12th, were Aaron and Laura from Albany NY.

Also on the morning of the 12th, were Aaron and Laura from Albany NY.

On Sunday morning the 13th, I flew Mike and Caitlin from Wantagh and Williston Park NY.

On Sunday morning the 13th, I flew Mike and Caitlin from Wantagh and Williston Park NY.

Also on the morning of the 13th were, Jeanne and Peter from Schenectady NY.

Also on the morning of the 13th were, Jeanne and Peter from Schenectady NY.

On Tuesday morning the 15th, I flew Mary and Kim from Lima OH, and Joel and Amanda from Chiswick UK.

On Tuesday morning the 15th, I flew Mary and Kim from Lima OH, and Joel and Amanda from Chiswick UK.

For the last flight of the month on the morning of the 21st, I flew friends Caleb, Afton, Angela and James.

For the last flight of the month on the morning of the 21st, I flew friends Caleb, Afton, Angela and James.

Well folks, that’s a wrap for me. Enjoy the holidays and I’ll be seeing you on down the road.

“Some tails are happy ones,

others are blue.

It’ the way you ride the trail that counts,

Happy trails to you.”

+Roy Rogers

 

 

 

 

 

 

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