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    Emma Stickles, 9, of Minot watches in awe as the Re/Max balloon lifts off from Simard-Payne Memorial Park in Lewiston where it was doing tethered flights after the morning launch was cancelled.

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    Great Falls Balloon Festival Secretary Alan Collins entertains the crowd that stuck around Simard-Payne Memorial Park in Lewiston with song and dance after the announcement was made that Sunday morning's launch was cancelled.

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    Emma Stickles, 9, of Minot watches in awe as the Re/Max balloon lifts off from Simard-Payne Memorial Park in Lewiston where it was doing tethered flights after the morning launch was cancelled.

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    Josh and Alayna Cooper of Auburn pass the time while waiting for the balloons to lift off Sunday morning.

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    Re/Max Crew Chief and pilot Jeff Ratcliffe makes ready their balloon at Simard-Payne Memorial Park in Lewiston Sunday morning for tethered flights after the morning launch was cancelled.

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    Re/Max Crew Chief and pilot Jeff Ratcliffe makes ready their balloon at Simard-Payne Memorial Park in Lewiston Sunday morning for tethered flights after the morning launch was cancelled.

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    Erin Stevens, of Lewiston has been coming to the balloon festival since she was a kid and now volunteers as a crewmember. Sunday morning was working the crown line as the Re/Max balloon made tethered flights from the field.

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    Koie Hardt snuggles with her mother Kira, as they patiently wait for word about the status of the Sunday morning launch. For the third morning in a row they got up early and drove down from their home in Sabattus just to bed disappointed

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    Koie Hardt snuggles with her mother Kira, as they patiently wait for word about the status of the Sunday morning launch. For the third morning in a row they got up early and drove down from their home in Sabattus just to bed disappointed

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    Great Falls Balloon Festival Secretary Alan Collins entertains the crowd that stuck around Simard-Payne Memorial Park in Lewiston with song and dance after the announcement was made that Sunday morning's launch was cancelled.

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    The Re/Max balloon lifts off Sunday morning tethered to several vans.

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    Re/Max pilot Chris Mooney lights the fire during tethered flights Sunday morning.

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    Re/Max pilot Chris Mooney lights the fire during tethered flights Sunday morning.

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    Re/Max Crew Chief and pilot Jeff Ratcliffe makes ready their balloon at Simard-Payne Memorial Park in Lewiston Sunday morning for tethered flights after the morning launch was cancelled.

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    Zoe Carter, left and Kendra Hurd, from Auburn, spin flashlights around to keep from being bored as they wait for balloons to launch Sunday morning.

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    Great Falls Balloon Festival President Jennifer Clark holds a megaphone for Maddy Eaton to sing a song while her friends Rion Eaton, middle, and Ava Fortin listen. The friends from Augusta were having a pancake breakfast Sunday morning when Clark came in to entertain those who stayed after the launch was cancelled.

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    Great Falls Balloon Festival board member Matt Conklin reaches out and pretends to grab the basket of the Re/Max balloon as it does tethered launches Sunday morning after the launch was cancelled.

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