ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - It was another nice day out at Balloon Fiesta Park.
Pilots took part in a flying competition dropping beanbags on giant playing cards trying to win prizes.
There were also plenty of balloon splash and dashes over the Rio Grande and some soft landings in the Rio Rancho area and in some arroyos, but no reports of anything going wrong.
Wednesday’s dawn patrol will be up to test the skies at 5:45 a.m. Then at 6:30, there will be a Flight of the Nations mass ascension.
The America's challenge gas balloon race continues with the team of Mark Sullivan and Cheri White in the lead.
The team is now in Minnesota.
There are two other teams not too far behind them. Two other teams have already landed and are out of the race.
Their progress is being tracked on balloon fiesta website.
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