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Friday, September 08, 2006

The traffic through the Hamptons is going to suck.

Hooray for getaways. Even if they're short ones. This weekend for The Boy's birthday (which is tomorrow), we're going out to Montauk, the eastern most part of Long Island. We're going for a little bit of this:

And maybe a little bit of this:

Some of this?

Probably not... that can be expensive. And these guys seem a little overzealous with their fish-hanging.

Most likely there will be a bit of this:
But it would be really cool to see some of this:

But i doubt that would happen, either.

Hopefully we'll find this guy. It looks like his ankles are broken and might need some saving:

Overall, i'm looking forward to relaxing on the beach, doing some hiking and forgetting about these guys for a couple of days:

They look like little angels, don't they?

Mmmm. Not so much.

They'll have a nice vacation, too, at their Doggy Daycare place. They'll be "overnight campers" and have lots of others to play with and will hopefully come home tired and all worn out. They're the best when they're sleeping.

You know.


  • Have a great weekend! Enjoy Montauk before the city grows out there and eats everything.

    By Blogger minijonb, at 9/08/2006 12:23 PM  

  • Yay! Have a great weekend! And take pics so you can do a "This is what I actually saw: Some of this, and some of this, etc."

    By Blogger Jessica, at 9/08/2006 3:10 PM  

  • yes. pictures.

    i hope you're finding some time in your schedule for beer?

    By Blogger surly girl, at 9/10/2006 1:53 PM  

  • minijonb - that's a good point, but i think the worst thing is that the Hamptons have grown out there and ruined it.

    jessica - I did! Now i just have to find that usb cord..

    surly girl - beer time was mixed with awful hamptons people. will discuss in full when i get the pictures uploaded....... i'm so technically declined.

    By Blogger claire, at 9/11/2006 7:39 AM  

  • oh yay! have a good time!

    avoid the strange grey rocks, though. they have eyes.


    By Blogger First Nations, at 9/11/2006 7:52 PM  

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