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What is Aerizing Balloon Experience?

"Aerizing" [pronounced as "arising"] is formed from two words "Aerostat" which is the historical term for a lighter-than-air vehicle such as a balloon, and "rising".

We believe your experience will be as unique as such a word.

Meet up. Set up.

The early bird gets the worm and balloons fly best at  sunrise or before sunset.  Once we meet you and get to field, your experience begins with a bit of unpacking and positioning to get ready. Shortly we will start the inflation fan, add some heat and climb aboard. You can simply observe the activity or enhance your memory with the kinetic experience alongside the crew.

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Ready to go?

Once the pilot goes through a final systems check, passengers are boarded and briefed. Then we say goodbye to the crew and alight into the air!

Fly Away!

The earth falls away, the flight has begun! We will pop up above the trees to look around and view the horizon for significant landmarks. Gotta figure those winds out, then come down to look close at the scenery, enjoy the wildlife, smell the flowers, pick some fresh pine cones or look for a creek to find our  reflection in. If you want to drive for a bit, just ask your pilot.


But be warned: you may get hooked on ballooning!

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The sights!

After a good amount of sightseeing, talking to a few neighbors and jealous on lookers,your aerostat's shadow will grow larger as you get closer to the ground. The pilot prepares to land in a big front yard, an open field, or any cul-de-sac. Even a parking lot will do just fine as we settle back to Mother Earth.


Now you breathe. What did we just do?!?

When can we go again? Yes, it was that awesome!

Reflect. Remember. Celebrate.

Tell the story to your kids family and all of your friends!

The words of Balloonist Prayer

will make perfect sense now:


"The winds have welcomed you with softness.
The sun has blessed you with its warm hands.
We have flown so high and so well that God
has joined you in laughter and set you gently
back into the loving arms of mother Earth."

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