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The 4th of July is an emotional time for a lot of people in the United States, it is a time that represents standing up for what you believe in, protecting your brethren, and ensuring the safety of your society. To that we owe people whom we may not know today as they were back then, but we can rest in their ability to show a faith in their believes.
The 4th of July has different meanings around the world, its Canadian day in Canada, and "we got whomped" in Britain. But in the US we spend the day grilling, spending the say ourside, and at night be light up some fire works. One of the most popular event of the day.
The airport was fairly busy on the 4th as people fly around looking at all the different fire work shows in the region. Living almost under the approach for one of the runways at the airport, the family and I were able to see all the aircraft orbit the fire work show grounds reviewing and sight seeing.