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How Do You Know Summer's Almost Over?

What event signals the beginning of the end each year for you?

All year it feels like we look forward to summer — and then, in a flash, it's over.

Does it feel that way to you, too?

All my life, when I see the Hampton Classic tents go up over in Bridgehampton, I'd start to say, "The summer's over," mainly because I knew school was right around the corner. The feeling stayed with me even-post college. And, by the way, they were up last week.

What event triggers that same feeling for you? Perhaps you are looking forward to Labor Day, when the traffic eases and the beaches become less crowded.

Hopefully, we've made the most of it so far and can treasure the few weeks we have left.

Barbara Goldowsky August 13, 2012 at 03:34 PM
How true! That is a sure sign, as our driveway goes directly onto Route 27. All summer I have to make three rights to make a left.
Sean H August 13, 2012 at 05:05 PM
I start to see articles asking how we know that summer is about over.
Sheila Guidera August 13, 2012 at 07:44 PM
The signs are up for the Pow-wow at the Shinnecock Reservation.
Dana Lester August 15, 2012 at 01:07 AM
I can't say that I have seen a tumbleweed in East Hampton in at least 25 years. I miss those after Labor Day Tuesday mornings when you wouldn't see a car on Main Street except in front of the News Co. The "School's Open" signs are up all over town reminds me that summer's over now.
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