Thursday, September 2nd, 2010

Labor Day Weekend

Stephanie

Most Americans  traditionally celebrate  Labor Day as their symbolic end of summer, though I see things a little differently. I most enjoy the spring as it moves into summer, and typically feel an end come to that part of the year  around the 4th of July- slightly after the summer solstice. And when it comes to vacation, I like to spend my time visiting quiet places, or places during the off season. Crowded beaches & amusement parks haven’t been my thing since I was a pre-teenager. This weekend will be the slight exception to my rule, as I head to upstate New York to camp out at The Great Rhythm Revival. I haven’t camped in 14 years so this will be quite the experience! Can you give me a hand in doing a “no rain dance” please? Though I’m sure it will be wonderful no matter what.

Photo courtesy of Abraham Alain Schechter “Webbie on Cousins Island, Maine”

2 thoughts on “Labor Day Weekend

  1. This is the transition time between leisure and school year. I suggest…. time in a tranquil natural setting… laptop left at home… but a notebook in hand to write. yes, really write, with a pen! MMMMM

  2. This is the transition time between leisure and school year. I suggest…. time in a tranquil natural setting… laptop left at home… but a notebook in hand to write. yes, really write, with a pen! MMMMM

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