Celebrate Independence Day With Fireworks
Posted by LOTGK on July 4, 2013
As the twilight of Independence Day rapidly approaches, it is our solemn duty and privilege to pay homage to all men and women who have given their lives paying the ultimate sacrifice defending our country and our freedom.
Tonight as we celebrate the Fourth of July remember the words so elegantly penned by Francis Scott Key during the defense of Fort Henry September 20th, 1814…
“And the rockets’ red glare, the bombs bursting in air,
Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there.”
Before you begin to illuminate the skies this evening by launching volley after volley of pyrotechnic patriotism, pause a moment and reflect on the sacrifices incurred by our forefathers more than two centuries ago. Gaze upon the heavens in wonder as fireworks brilliantly and brashly shout out loud and clear that we the people stand united as a nation declaring in unison that America is the best damn nation the world has known.
Hug you wife, husband, significant other, son, and daughter. Yell out a hearty hello to your neighbors that have come forth from their homes this evening to watch the fireworks shows and to celebrate as an entire nation.
“O’er the land of the free, and the home of the brave.”
God Bless America.
Phantom Fireworks – Half And Half Rack
The Half and Half does exactly what it means in several ways. Each of it’s nine shots have a very loud report, (Turn on your speakers to fully enjoy the video) and each burst splits into two separate colors that fill the sky. The finale shoots three big bursts all at once that will assuredly be a crowd pleaser.
Phantom Fireworks – Stellar Storm
The stellar Storm is a 12 shot which sends two shots at once in the sky bursting a split second apart from each other filling the sky with noise and multi-color bursts.
Phantom Fireworks – Charcoal Rack
The charcoal Rack is a 9 shot finale that rockets out of the tubes into the sky with large colorful palm bursts and very loud reports.
LURKING ON THE GRASSY KNOLL