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Photos by Tom Vogt/The Columbian
Team members stage clusters of balloons at the launch site before dawn Saturday.
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Sandwiched between pink and white balloons tied to his flight deck, Joe Barbera settles into his lawn chair.
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Clusters of helium balloons lift lawn chair balloonist Joe Barbera from his home near Fargher Lake at about 7:30 a.m. Saturday.
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Joe Barbera sits in his lawn chair, anchored to a wooden flight deck, as an array of 80 balloons takes him aloft.
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David Pinkernell, left, holds a balloon while fellow rigger Jay Elder links it to a cluster. The lawn chair and wooden deck are on a small trailer to the right.
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