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We probably don’t have to tell you that Monday, September 7, 2020, (Labor Day) is the unofficial end to summer and the beginning of autumn. There’s no question that these cooler days have been feeling quite fall-like, but this year has been different than those we have experienced in the past. There were days in 2020 that felt like they were never going to end, yet the summer seemed to fly by, leaving many of us wondering, “Was I able to get out and enjoy it?”
You’re not alone in this feeling, but believe it or not, there is still time to get out and make the most of the fleeting season. Here are a few ideas to help you enjoy all that summer has to offer:
- Take a hike at a state or local park
- Create a bonfire and toast a marshmallow
- Enjoy an afternoon fishing at your favorite river or stream
- Watch the sunrise or set (depending on whether you’re an early bird or more of a night owl)
- Grab a blanket and pack a picnic lunch
- Stay up late and catch a firefly light show
- Take off your shoes and walk barefoot through lush green grass
- Sit outside and admire the stars. There’s nothing quite like a clear night sky to remind us about the big, beautiful world we live in
The forecast shows that aside from a small chance of isolated thunderstorms on Sunday, it’s supposed to be a gorgeous weekend. We’d like to remind you to get out and enjoy the unofficial end to the Wisconsin summer, but always remember that it will be back again in no time at all.
Our office will be closed on Monday, September 1 in observance of the holiday. From all of us at Lions Pride, we’d like to wish you a safe and happy Labor Day Weekend!