Normally, the arrival of spring and the return of baseball brings a familiar site in the skies over Boston — the Hood blimp.
This year, the blimp won't be flying — it's a business decision by the dairy company.
But last summer, pilot Terry Dillard took us for a ride on what is one of a dozen blimps worldwide still flying. We wanted to know what it was like to be a passenger.
Correction: An earlier version of this Web story incorrectly reported that the Hood blimp is still flying over Boston, but the blimp is actually not flying this season. We regret the error.
This segment aired on May 4, 2015.