A few summer folklores I have found, just because its fun.....
Deep snow in winter, tall grain in summer.–Estonian proverb
When the summer birds take their flight, goes the summer with them.
If it rains on Midsummer's Eve, the filbert crops will be spoiled.–Unknown
One swallow never made a summer.
Easterly winds from May 19 to the 21 indicate a dry summer.
If there are many falling stars during a clear summer evening, expect thunder. If there are none, expect fine weather.
So here is our list so far:
- Shakespeare in the park Information here and here --Scheduled!
- Camping (one is already scheduled with other homeschool friends!) and two more are roughly scheduled!
- Archery with friends
- Picking Blueberries at Charlotte's Blueberry Park.
- Fly kites
- Visit Longbeach, WA --Scheduled! With Friends!
- Fishing on Saturdays!
- Mt. St Helens
- Fort Warden near Port Townsend, WA
- Look for Tide-pools
- Have BBQ's with friends
- Learn to ride a bike (Bear)
- Bike ride as a family and with friends
- Look at stars
- See a Rainer's game
- Go Geo-caching!
- Pioneer Farm
- Eat an icecream from a truck!
Have a water fight!DONE
Have you started a bucket list for summer yet?