Independence Day in the US

Tomorrow in the US we will celebrate our Independence Day and the tradition is to get together with friends and family during the day for a cookout or BBQ depending on your locale and then to watch fireworks in the evening.  So to honor Independence Day I thought I would share this Yahoo article revealing the top locations to watch fireworks:

https://www.yahoo.com/travel/10-places-to-see-fourth-of-july-fireworks-122535680137.html

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      1. Happy belated Canada Day!! I just learned that Canada is the 2nd largest country in the world and loves Kraft Dinners…oh and #1 in hockey!!

      2. We may be the second largest country in the world but we only eat Kraft dinner when desperate. Unfortunately, there are a lot of desperate Canadians at the moment. Hockey has been a big disappointment too. But thank you for your kind wishes.
        Leslie

      3. My sense of humour can be warped at times. Sorry about that. Again I do wish you a Happy Independence Day.
        Leslie

  1. My father and I saw the fireworks in Washington D.C. on the 4th about 5 years ago. You don’t even need to be at the Mall to see them well! They were spectacular enough from our hotel!

  2. This year, I plan to watch Disney’s fireworks from the comfort of home (and deprive a lot of mosquitos). From their site, “fireworks show will be streamed live on the Disney Parks Blog beginning at 8:50pm EST. There will be two views – a camera in front of Cinderella Castle and a camera from the Polynesian Village Resort. If viewing from a desktop computer, you will be able to switch between the two views.”

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