Hot Air Balloons Premium Jigsaw Puzzle

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Jigsaw puzzle to play online of two colorful hot air balloons traveling through the sky. Each balloon has a large basket to carry travelers.

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dbnc2
Jan 14, 2016
Again as a mystery was a fun puzzle to do
KwkClkrSwkr68
Jul 31, 2013
By golly, team, this was really a SUPER FUN puzzle to do!!! In fact, I'm going to do ANOTHER related one.
maxinelangford
Mar 3, 2013
Wow I did this in better time..life is good
ginny212
Jan 28, 2013
It amuses me that we were all talking about fear of heights just a couple of days ago and here we have this beautiful puzzle sure to strike terror into the hearts of us acrophobics! Sense of humor C4 staff?
toadalove
Jan 28, 2013
Good Catch ginny!
humimalo
Jan 28, 2013
I used to live in Albuquerque. & When they had the October balloon fest, we could see hundreds of balloons like the one in this pic. They came so close to our place, that we could actually talk to the people inside the canister.
vivianKnight
Jan 28, 2013
I was in N. M. Once around the balloon fest it was a sight to see
PATRICIA37
Jan 28, 2013
They look beautiful up in the sky, but I do not think I willever go up in one.
mountainmama
Jan 28, 2013
I used to live in NV where the hot air balloons would go over my place. It was awesome! Love all the different colors and shapes. Think I would like to go up in one someday. Have to put it on my bucket list! Lol
aussiesapphire
Jan 28, 2013
Humimalo - Jan 29 - Never have seen that, but would love to. It would be an amazing sight.
jiggler
Jan 28, 2013
29/1: mountainmama, in the case of ballooning would that be your basket list? :-))
ginny212
Jan 28, 2013
Good one!
tomandray
Jan 29, 2013
Jiggler, ha-ha-ha, very funny...ballooning would not be on my "basket list", but I do have whale watching up in Alaska on my bucket list. Never been there. : ) Jan. 28
mountainmama
Jan 29, 2013
Good one, Jiggler!!! I do like baskets better than buckets.
Taffi
Mar 2, 2013
I've been to the balloon festival in Albuquerque, NM and it was wonderful. There was a group of us, got up early to see them off...then went back to bed lol The burn off when it got dark was so eerie but awesome to see as they timed it just so. The colours, something to see! I'd love to go up in a balloon someday...if that'll ever happen :) Lovely mystery puzzle, thank you!
toadalove
Mar 2, 2013
Taffi, I love your little guy you are sporting there! Nice to meet you and hear from you!
humimalo
Mar 3, 2013
Taffi, if you were were they start lunching the balloons in Albuquerque, then I know where you were. I lived a little bet higher up passed the Colorado river, then passed the freeway, in the east, closer to the Sandia mountains. Our view of the Balloons going up was amazing, as they were getting closer to our place, because compared to the rest of the city, we were relatively close, in that north area of the city.
toadalove
Jan 28, 2013
Beautiful! Love the blue sky! We had some blue sky yesterday for about 1/2 hour! :) Spring is on the way!
pixipixil
Jan 28, 2013
Around this time I get so anxious for spring I can hardly stand it. I think it's the January thaw that does it. Planting seeds for next summer's garden always helps. I love seeing them sprout.
SANTACLAUS
Jan 28, 2013
You are lucky, we had lots of snow for which I love but then we had cold winds and that brought the black ice for which I am not to keen on, alright if you are young or if one was made of rubber. But let's hope it is has you say, Spring is on it's way. Then we can see those little lambs in the fields.
Hope you have a warm fire to keep you warm and a crumpet on your toasting fork and a nice mug of tea. Enjoy.
danast
Jan 28, 2013
Absolutely horrible day here on the west coast of Scotland, very wet and very windy!
slippers
Jan 28, 2013
Hi danast, i was born in Scotland (1944) at Rothsay bay, long story but 2of my 10 siblings was also born there before me//When I was 4 months old we went back to England and I was brought up there, but was lucky on one of my visits home one of my brothers took me to Rothsay and showed me around as he was old enough to remember were we lived and the magic of seeing the 200yr old building where I was born.
SANTACLAUS
Jan 30, 2013
We call to Scotland every year and I love the place but when you see the weather forecast my heart goes out to you every time, let us hope god is good to you and he gives you a good summer, but with out the midges.
danast
Feb 3, 2013
Hi slippers I actually live right across from Bute in Colintraive where the ferry goes over from Cowal. Small world eh!
danast
Feb 3, 2013
Yes, we all hate midges here on the west coast, but living here is so good, we put up with them.
slippers
Feb 3, 2013
Wow danast it is a small world I remember cowal, one year I went to england/scotland with a freind of mine and her father was from motherwell? And we also made a trip to rothsay and we ended up in a pub and by chance met a man woh had actually been to school with one of my older brothers, i was blown away by it. 4Th feb
pixipixil
Feb 6, 2013
Sounds like the set for Wuthering Heights. I just recently found out that I'm part Scotch-Irish.
toadalove
Feb 7, 2013
Thank you Santa! Our spring is so near and I am so ready to get out thee and clean up the winter mess in the garden and yard. We had some terrible winds that blew things every which way. 2/7/13
slippers
Feb 9, 2013
9-2-13 hi pixipil not too sure when you wrote about wuthering heights but visited the area of the author, maybe something rub off on me, my husband is keen on family tree data and I am amazed how many of us are part this and that, doesn't bare thinking about.
misty76leigh
Feb 3, 2013
So bright and cheery! :)
jajac
Jan 28, 2013
I love the coloured puzzle but the skies are often difficult to finish!
pixipixil
Jan 28, 2013
I'm with you there. I haven't figured out a good method when there's a span of flat color. You can get a general change in shading but after that it's eeny meany.
PATRICIA37
Jan 28, 2013
That is so frustating...especially when doing the 127 hexagon.
pixipixil
Jan 30, 2013
That's my fav cut. Too.
Barbaranne
Jan 28, 2013
I love the puzzles but I also love companionship that they bring in the form of the comments, it amazes me how quickly a group of strangers have so soon become friends. When I read the comments in the evening I always look for names that I have not seen before and welcome them to the family, may the group grow and grow and grow and may it bring to each person that sense of the love that comes in knowing that we can hold one another in love without having ever met face to face, a true christian act, May God bless each and every one of the puzzlers and those who run the website C4J.
manatee
Jan 28, 2013
I too enjoy the comments very much, even though I rarely do it myself. I feel no pressure to say anything but I almost always read them and smile, laugh, or send a prayer up. I have learned a lot while reading these stories from around the world. I wish all of you well.
dinsco
Jan 28, 2013
Hi Barbarane I just had to tell you what a lovely post, it warms the cockles of your heart...
tomandray
Jan 29, 2013
Barbaranne, so well said. So many of us share the same thoughts and feelings. Some days I just don't have the time to post. But it is interesting to read other puzzlers comments. Thank you for sharing.
aussiesapphire
Jan 29, 2013
Well said Barbaranne and beautifully put. Thank you, I know that many of us on here share the same sentiments. (Jan 30)
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