How High Can A High Point Eagle Soar?

It seems our latex balloon was of a much sturdier construction quality than expected and refused to burst at 23,000 m. It kept stretching until it reached a staggering altitude of 29,135 m (95,587 feet). As a result, when the Eagle came down using its parachute, it did not land in Beaumont, but in Indio in the middle of a baseball field during a game in Shadow Hills High School! A special THANK YOU to Kaveh Hosseini, Marc Angelino, and Joe Kaufman for envisioning and orchestrating the highly successful High Point Stratosphere Club!
The HPA Eagles Soar!