Our next General Meeting is Monday, June 8, 2015
Topic: Balloon Demonstration
The Central Texas Ballooning Association's June meeting will be at Zilker Park near the Polo Field and moonlight Christmas tree. 

The program is a hot air balloon demonstration. The balloons (at least one, maybe three) will not launch, but inflate and stand up. The public is welcome to participate and ask questions.

Some of the members will arrive about 5:30 PM.

Next Club flight - TBA

Location: usually Old Settlers Association
Sunrise is at 6:45

Our phone line is 512-481-2822

To send us photos & movies, contact webmiester @ ctba84@gmail.com

Too wet to fly around here...

Saturday morning's flight

May 15-17   Texas Balloon Spectacular in Floresville, TX   Contact David Smuck----Postponed until this fall, too much rain in Central Texas.

August 8,   25th Annual Lake Travis Flight

August 14-16   Highland Village Balloon Festival,   Pat Cannon balloonmeister

Tim Baggett talked about his role in the Two Eagles record flight across the Pacific.

Six balloons launched in Hutto. And finally, light winds. 
Rusty Kaim, Fred Edmiston, Joe Reynolds, Nick Stanko, Dick Goss and Scott from Minnesota

2015 meeting topics

January 12   First meeting of 2015. Ben Franklin's Balloons movie
February 9   Safety seminar recap
March 9   Gas balloon flights by Tim
April 13   Balloon Quiz & Trivia
May 11   Crew program by Nick & Mike
June 8   Zilker Park balloon demonstration
July 13   Balloon competition
August 10   Lake Travis recap
September 14   Balloon building by Joe & Lloyd
October 19   AIBF recap
November 9   Balloons in movies by Lloyd
December __ Holiday Party

A hot air balloon flight from the Georgetown Texas Airport on a nice November morning. The pilot was Joe Reynolds. I attached a GoPro camera on a mop handle to his gondola frame. The flight started at the small airport, flew over subdivisions, highways, a cemetery, the San Gabriel River, a school and finally over farmland where they landed.

Video by Robert Doyal

Member Balloons

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