Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Memorial Day boating

a bunch of Lozers spent Saturday and Sunday on the Monroe Bridge section of the Deerfield River (Dryway) doing speed runs; training for the Lozer Cup, with hopes of improving on last years results.
This weekend was the first of many dryway releases for 2008, with most Sundays being officially "cancelled" Lozer Cup race "training".

After a Saturday night double header at the drive in, enjoying big summer smash hits like Indiana Jones and Iron Man, a huge, almost out of control fire at the Farmhouse on Sunday night, it was time to head for more relaxing circumstances.......

like T'ville at 1.9 on Memorial Day Monday.

Hot dogs, hamburgers, cheesy brats, and beer should have been enough to slow everyone down into a deep food coma.

But the sun was shining, the water was warm, friendly faces were smiling and people were throwing down.

I can not think of a better way to spend an afternoon celebrating Memorial Day; the unofficial "official" first day of summer, and a terrific tribute to those who have fought to secure our luxurious leisure time and numerous liberties that we enjoy as much as possible.

(insert cheesy image of Patton standing in front of the flag here)

and here is the link to all the photos

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