This is spring break for most area schools and the weather, well, it could be better for some. Even though we've been seeing some rain, at least it's not a blizzard or really cold, right?
I didn't have many spring breaks in college because I was working at Channel 6 in Lawrence. It didn't bother me because after all, it is severe weather season in March and what better place to spend spring break than in the weather office tracking storms. I did enjoy some good college trips in the summer months though. One of the trips took us down the Niangua River in southern Missouri on canoes. If you've ever been on a float trip in a canoe then you'll know exactly what I'm talking about. They are relaxing and fun to say the least. I really should go back sometime. The camping was nice too.
If you are on spring break, what are you doing with your time? (Please keep it clean)
If you are like me and you don't get spring breaks anymore, perhaps you can share one from your college days.
I know the rain puts a damper on outside activities, but we need the moisture.
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