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I'm a little late with this, but look what I got to go see on the morning of the 4th.

http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865684206/Photos-A-grand-flag-for-a-grand-4th-of-July-celebration.html

this just one of several article about the ( Pleasant Grove, Utah Flag )google it if you want.

Really awesome, I can see it out my backdoor, especially at night when it's lit up and throws a shadow on the rocks behind it.

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1 hour ago, Kinarfi said:

I'm a little late with this, but look what I got to go see on the morning of the 4th.

http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865684206/Photos-A-grand-flag-for-a-grand-4th-of-July-celebration.html

this just one of several article about the ( Pleasant Grove, Utah Flag )google it if you want.

Really awesome, I can see it out my backdoor, especially at night when it's lit up and throws a shadow on the rocks behind it.

I have to agree, that is very cool. I'm lucky enough that my next door neighbor every year has a huge fireworks show for his family and friends, so we just usually BBQ and sit out on the deck and watch the show above our house, it's pretty insane. It gets so crazy with the fireworks that the kids have to go inside cause its so loud...but what a celebration!

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 It was a successful night.  $97 well spent.   well, hold on a sec,  "1 2 3 4 _" Ooops! im missing #5!

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 Happy 4th everybody! Here's to another 242 years!

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