Greetings and salutations! It's my turn to host the party this week!
Per the standard rules, the first fifty nine (59) unique posts get a number for Saturday's UK Lottery Draw. I'll trust someone on that side of the pond to post the correct winning number on Saturday. If the bonus ball number corresponding to your post is drawn, you win the prize!
The winner will receive a surprise polybag or prize of similar or equal value from my assortment of items collected for a future build that hasn't materialized, trade bait, or contest prize. The winner will need to PM their shipping address to me I can get their prize posted.
With Memorial Day marking the unofficial start of summer in my part of the USA, this week's question is, "What is your favorite summer tradition?"
For me, it's the end-of-summer family camp which my family has attended for nearly 30 years.
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Growing tomatoes in my greenhouse - and eating them!
(It certain parts of the US, a certain segment of the population utilizes their garage space as a seasonal room.)
I'll post a picture if that type of thing is still allowed.
@SumoLego - you mean the garage you can't see behind the LEGO Store bags?
Now they're a bit older we try to go night fishing and watch them over a still lake outside our bivvy.
Starting from 16:00 on June 22, all of the town centre gets closed off and a big party starts, capped off by fireworks.
The actual national holiday on June 23 is for all the official malarkey such as a Te Deum and other boring things, and more importantly to nurse your hangover ;)
Enjoy your memorial day weekend to the US-peeps, Whitsun over here so national holiday on Monday as well.
Thanks for hosting.
Being from Ireland, these "summers" are any 2-3 days above 21C (70F) heat that include a weekend.