Summer is fleeting.
We complain about the heat and humidity and sweat and bugs,
but soon we will be shivering and complaining about the inches of snow on the ground
and the blah brown landscaping.
There aren’t many days left with skies like this.
So why not hop in the car and take a little road trip.
Today’s destination: a vinyl sale about an hour and a half away
Hitting the open highway in search of musical treasurers from the past 4 decades
Hmmm…which way should we go?
Drive for miles, past the fields of corn and soybeans
in search of pieces from the nations musical timeline.
In the end you end up winning on mutliple levels.
You enjoy beautiful blue skies filled with cotton ball clouds.
And you get to find little vinyl pieces of history.
Wrapped in aged brown paper with weathered edges.
And sometimes you will find a special treasure that makes it all worthwhile.
Going yard-saling can be boring, but sometimes its the best part of your day.
The saying ‘one persons trash is another persons treasure’ is the motto of yardsales,
and this years treasure hunt is coming to an end.
Farewell summer…see you next year!