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What is your favorite summer memory?

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  1. I think one of my favorite memories is swimming at the pond with the family and diving off a floating device in the center.
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  2. When I was a kid we went to Carlsbad Caverns. The caverns are only a few hundred feet underground, but as a kid I thought I was at the center of the Earth. You can't relive the awe of being a naive kid.

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  3. Taking my granddaughters to Disney World.

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  4. I always loved spending summers at my grandparents farm as a little girl. Couldn't keep me inside.

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  5. My favorite summer memories is the family getting together every year at the park and having a picnic and all of us cousins together, playing and catching lightning bugs and roasting marshmallows.

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  6. My favorite memories is all the family getting together and having a cookout every year. All of us cousins would play, catch lightning bugs and roast marshmallows.

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  7. My favorite memories were the family getting together every year and having a cookout and all of us cousins running around playing, catching lightning bugs and roasting marshmallows.

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  8. My favorite summer memory or memories are taking my son camping and fishing in Michigan and Wisconsin when he was young.

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  9. I love spending time with my grandparents in the summer they are both gone now but miss them everyday we used to have so much fun picking strawberries, baking cookies, swimming

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  10. My favorite memories are camping and road trips with my family.

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  11. Camping out and learning how to fish from my dad are my favorite memories.

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  12. Grab some food and spend all day on the nearest lake.

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  13. Surfing all summer with a friend who also worked night shift. We would head to the beach after work, surf and then nap on the sand. The best of times.

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  14. My favorite summer memory is going to the 4th of July celebration in our small town.

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  15. Spending time with my dad out fishing and camping. I miss him greatly.

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  16. Hunting and fishing with my dad is what I loved the most. Also miss it the most now too.

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  17. this has my name on it. Would bring back memories of swing in one at my grandparents farm

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  18. Wasing in Pine Creek just above where the cattle waded across is a memory

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  19. The first time my son saw the ocean. It was our first vacation, we visited universal studios and then hit the beach.

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  20. One of my favorite summer memories is going on my grandparents boat and tubing.

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  21. Camping with my family is definately my favorite time.

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  22. One of my favorite summer memories would be vacationing with all my cousins when we were younger everyone together and having a great time whether it was at the beach or lake always had great times. Now everyone is grown and married have there own lives.

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  23. When we would rent a beach house, on the beach, for a week. To walk on the beach and watch the sunset is so beautiful! To wake up and have coffee on the beach is amazing.

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  24. Floating on tubes in the lake with our pups when I was little.

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  25. Fredrick Pauly6:42 AM

    Going to California.

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  26. My favorite summer memory is the two week vacation that my family would take every summer always to a new group of states

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  27. My favorite summer memories were when my dad took my brother and I camping.

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  28. When I was little, we'd always go see my family in Wisconsin for the 4th of July. My uncle lives on a lake and we'd watch the fireworks from the dock. I haven't been in 15 years. This year, I'm going!

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  29. Going fishing with my grandpa

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  30. The swimming hole. It was under an old train bridge and was in the creek, but the bottom was concrete. We had a rope to swing on and the sides were a concrete slope so you could jump from whatever height you wanted. We were there 5 days a week minimum.

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  31. My favorite memories are being at the lake with my family.

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  32. Fisking with my dad .

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  33. favorite summer memory is the cookout with all family members together

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  34. Darlene Carbajal3:32 PM

    My favorite summer memory was when I went to the lake with my family. :)

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  35. Having summer bbqs with my family on our deck.

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  36. a roadtrip from Florida to Wisconsin called RainbowUnicorn17

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  37. My favorite summer memory is going to Vermont and camping out , in a house that is !

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  38. Allyson Tice12:03 AM

    def fav memory is fishing off the dock all day long as kids! felt like the days were so short!

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  39. Going to the beach in Delaware with family and friends.

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  40. Spending the day at the beach with my grandparents. We had so much fun swimming, playing volley ball, eating ice cream.

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  41. My favorite times were Venetian festival weekends when we were decorating the boat for the boat parade and playing on the water all weekend.

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  42. Merysa Rios1:32 AM

    My favorite Summer memory was from when I was about 8. I had just got a GIANT swimming pool and my family and I would go swimming every moment we could, with no worries in the world! :D

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  43. My favorite summer memory is spending the day on the lake with my kiddos. We had so much fun!

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  44. My favorite summer memory is camping with my parents

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  45. Going to Boy Scout camp in the summer.

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  46. My favorite summer memory is camping with my aunts, uncles, cousins and grandparents.

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  47. I loved spending summers with my cousins.

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  48. Every summer we would take our 16ft boat down to Key West and stay at a little motel. It was my parents, my two brothers and our dog!

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  49. One of my favorite summer memories was catching frogs at my grandmother’s house.

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  50. My best summer memories is spending time around town with other kids. No worries, no problems. Just sun and fun.

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  51. My favorite summer memory is flying kites with my father.

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  52. Going to Grandparents house in West Virgin, no TV Just fun fun fun.

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  53. My favorite memory is playing in our backyard with the sprinklers on with my cousins.

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  54. My parents took us out west several times to see the badlands, mountains, etc. I remember the summer Mt St Helens blew. We were in the mountains and a storm was coming. We placed our tent under tree near our van. (Parent slept in van, kids in tent) My sister jokingly said what if a tree fell on us. Within half hour, the storm crack a branch of the tree we were under and it fell on our tent. Took us hours to reset tent. We told my sister to be quiet the rest of the night. Love those camping memories.

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  55. Making ice cream the old fashioned way - hand crank. It was decades ago and I still recall how good that ice cream was (on a hot summer day, in a park)

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  56. My favorite summer memory was spending July or August with my grandparents in Virginia.

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  57. Austin H.8:53 PM

    Kayaking on Conway lake fishing in the warm sun.

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  58. My favorite summer memory is trips with my family around country.

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  59. My favorite memory is from childhood. We would spend hours playing in the backyard.

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  60. going for long summer walks in the afternoons with my parents along the sea front or along the cliffs

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  61. Going to the beach and making sand castles and taking pictures with my family.

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  62. Beach camping with my friend!

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  63. My favorite summer memory is our family summer vacations.

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  64. going to the beach and getting ice cream!

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  65. WE used to take the family out in our cheap pop up camper and just tour the country. Thank you

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  66. Hanging all day at the swim club.

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  67. We have lots of great memories from our summer beach vacations as a family!

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  68. All of them spending time outside with my children! We always have a great time.

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  69. The peace and the silence.

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  70. I have so many good summer memories its hard to pick a favorite but i would say most recent one that sticks out is our family vacation to Pigeon Forge TN

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  71. I spent many summers on the beach in front of my grandparents house in Victoria BC!

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  72. heading to the lake with my grandpa and getting on the boat to fish!

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  73. going to NH to hang at my friends summer cottage as a kid

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  74. My favorite summer memory is our recent family camping trip.

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  75. My favorite summer memories are going to spend a week at the Lake of the Ozarks, some of the best memories ever.

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  76. My favorite summer memory is sitting around the fire pit with my dad making s'mores.

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  77. Going to the beach is my favorite summer memory.

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  78. My favorite summer memory is kayaking with my sister.

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  79. has to be our Bi-centennial picnic in a park.

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