Every year Americans celebrate the 4th of July in their own unique and patriotic ways. But whether you’re grilling, drinking, partying, lounging, or swimming there’s one constant we can all look forward to on the holiday: fireworks.
The city of San Diego has an incredible display of fireworks (except for that one year when they all shot off at once). The only downside to the spectacle is, in typical California fashion, the parking.
I mean that in a metaphorical way: getting to a viewing venue is easy enough, but finding a place to park your body is a nightmare. So, I have a solution for all of you out there who don’t want to waste hours of your day waiting around to claim an amazing spot.
Drones. Yes, drones. Sit in the back, show up late, or take #Selfies all night. It literally doesn’t matter, you could have the worst seat in the world, but with a drone you’ll get a better show than anybody else.
Your mileage may vary, but if you’re an experienced pilot (or if you have an automated flight pattern) your 4th of July might look a little something like this: