July 4th at the Scalzi Compound: A Visual Guide

Because I know you were wondering how we spent it.

Hope your Fourth of July was equally explodery.

16 Comments on “July 4th at the Scalzi Compound: A Visual Guide

  1. Our city ‘splosions were canceled because of the weather (spoilsports), so my party of friends hauled out their stash and the neighborhood had a mini celebration. It was spur-of-the-moment and was enjoyed by all.

    HAPPY 4th to you and your family!

  2. I see the world-eaters are breaking through. Some-one call Bob Howard.

  3. I celebrated my country on January 26th :D

  4. And what does poor Kody think of all the exploderyness?

  5. Great pics! Thanks for sharing.

  6. Very nice. I miss having sparklers and other kinds of things that go boom. You can’t get those things on account of it being very dry and it might start a fire. Community fireworks do the trick though.

  7. Wow–amazing photos. I love fireworks, too but will have to wait for Guy Fawkes for another “fix”.

  8. Phoenix Metro is FLAT. Got that?

    We drove a little bit to see the Gilbert Fireworks. We parked about a mile away so we could avoid the crowd (plus my wife is reasonably sensitive to loud noises)

    We saw the Gilbert Fireworks. And the Apache Junction ones. And Chandler, Tempe, Mesa, Queen Creek, Phoenix, and a couple others I couldn’t identify.

    All in all, we could see 8 fireworks presentations from where I was parked, and there were two others behind us we saw on the way back.

    Did I mention how Phoenix was flat?

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