If it’s Nearly Labor Day, You Must be Camping

Posted on August 29th, 2009

Labor Day is nearly here and you know what that means. Yes, we must stop wearing white shoes

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9 Responses to “If it’s Nearly Labor Day, You Must be Camping”

  1. marymac Says:

    Can I just say two things?
    1.) Thanks for stopping by Pajamas and Coffee to hang out and for commenting; I appreciate you taking time. Yadda.
    2.) Dude, I love your blog design. It is sort of like the mom with her sexy lipstick is like about to give her swankified-looking coffee a blowjob. Which I would totally do if that’s how you got the caffeine into your system.
    also (and this would be the 3rd thing, so sorry for the poor math…) I love camping. My kids love it, too. Mostly it’s the eating Slim Jims and drinking Jack Daniels part I like, but I am kinda upper white trashy like that.

  2. The Crazy Baby Mama Says:


    but, you forgot to mention the drooling, slack-jawed, bug-eyed serial killers that lurk in the forests and mountains and prey on innocent campers. (yeah, it’s a recurring nightmare of mine… probably shouldn’t have watched ‘deliverance’ and ‘wrong turn’ in the same weekend. )

  3. Laurie Says:

    AUGH! Now I have something else to fear! I’m blaming you ;)

  4. kenotrono Says:

    It’s Labor Day Weekend. Have a nice day!!

  5. World Travel Says:

    You can depend me in for a Digg. Thanks for posting this on your site!

  6. James Says:

    “There is a reason why we live in houses. Nobody really wants to sleep outside. It can be cold. It can be hot. It can be muggy and filled with mosquitoes. And yet, crazy people leave the comfort of their homes to travel long distances just so they can sleep outside in a tent. ” It is more comfortable sleeping in our own bed.

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  8. Brigida Marie Says:

    Hi nice post, i adore camping i was caming last month with some close friends out through the lakes it was excellent. I had been just wondering should you had any guidance exactly where to discover a list of excellent campsites as the last 1 we went to was very poor and i wouldnt like to go to a similar one once more. Thanks! Sorry for my English :D

  9. nursery furniture Says:

    My son slept in his cradle until he was 5 weeks. He only ever woke up once a night so we decided to put him in his crib when he was taking a nap to see how he liked it. He did. Normally at night when i put him down for bed in his cradle he kicks around and flails his arms (but he always does that anyways) but when I put him to bed in his crib the first night he was amazingly calm and fell right to sleep without the legs/arm movement. I dont know what it was but he was always more content in his crib than in his cradle.

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