Tuesday, June 28, 2011

4th of July Fireworks Set To Music- Mesmerizing! Electrifying! Magnificent!

The Fourth of July on the water is the best place to be when the fireworks start; the reflections on the water, the expanse of sky and the way sound carries makes for a pyrotechnic palette of exploding reds, yellows, greens, silver and gold shimmering into crackling contrails followed by a delayed sonic boom echoing across the water as if trying to catch the speed of light.

If you've been there, I'm sure you had your favorites, and cheered, whooped or blew your horn in jubilant approval. The cacophony of different pitched boat "whistles" from air horns to car horns adds to the excitement. Here I share a majestic display set to music to get you in the mood for one of our most treasured boating holidays: Independence Day!

Introduction by William L. Gills aka Bos'n Bill

William L. Gills aka Bos'n Bill is the author of the book, Lubber's Log published by Llumina Press; a boating primer and adventure story about a couples experiences in moving up to a bigger boat.  



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