Labor Day Travel, Joy & Peril

By
Managing Real Estate Broker with Flexit Realty "Flexible Home Selling Solutions"

Labor Day travel can be a joy and peril all at the same time.

Some families travel hundreds of miles to meet with their families once a year.  Others stick close to home and avoid the highways.

I have done both.  I love meeting with the families and seeing people that I rarely have regular communications with during the year and sometimes longer if they don't make the reunion trip.  This gives us time to catch up with each other lives.

We have started using these rotating venues to stage a weekend getaway.  The locations vary and usually involve a park or camping site of some type.  FYI, my wife's idea of camping is the Holiday Inn!

Traveling on busy holiday weekends can be a trip of patience.  Many people are pulling boats and trailers for the end of the summer last hurrah.    This means a blend of traffic, some slow, some slower and others zipping impatiently in and out of traffic.  This also means danger.

As you return this holiday take a bit more precaution on the highway and waterways.  Not everyone is focused on safety.

Enjoy and take a moment to share your journey with the rest of us.Flexit Realty logo www.flexitrealty.com

Gary L White, www.flexitrealty.com


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Comments (1)

Joan Whitebook
BHG The Masiello Group - Nashua, NH
Consumer Focused Real Estate Services

Good advice.. have a great holiday weekend.  We are doing some bbq's close by -- and meeting some friends for dinner tonight... the trick is to bring some great music to listen to in the car... and ENJOY the JOURNEY!

Sep 06, 2009 05:50 AM