Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Scott, Jul 2, 2012.
That is my first ever first...
Happy Canada Day, America.
Today, Manomet is known for its Independence Day celebrations, which actually take place one day early, on the 3rd of July. The celebrations usually consist of private bonfires, fireworks, and a typically a family oriented crowd. Manomet's July 3 celebration of Independence Day extends back to the 1800s, when residents burned scrap and driftwood on the beach. Tradition dictates that these bonfires be extinguished by the rising tide, so depending on the moon, the festivities may extend well into the night, or end relatively early.
You guys should come down.
I gotta go buy some snakes to celebrate
A couple of years ago it was high tide so the beach got a little crowded.
Oh we down
Cool thread Scott.
What you waking me up now for? , It ain't three a.m.yet
Lulz. That's how I roll!
Fuck you are awesome! Night
I was just kidding about you guys coming down. Stay here on the internet where you belong.