In my last Tom’s Take I was talking about my childhood summers at Lake Beseck in Middlefield, CT. Those memories will be forever cherished and are part of who I am as an adult. Just as we mature in life, what we did as kids during those summers matured as well. As we got older, those days of the king of the raft got fewer and farther in between. What happened is that our dad purchased a small power boat. Now it was time for true water sports.
My parents bought a summer cottage on Lake Beseck in Middlefield, CT back in the early 1960’s. Every summer, my brothers and I would load mom’s station wagon, complete with wood-grain on the side, with our clothes and supplies for the summer. Even though the drive was only from East Haven to Middlefield, it felt like a cross country trip. This annual event happened shortly before the 4th of July and lasted until Labor Day. What happened every summer was magical.
For our anniversary, our children gave Cathy and I tickets to see the Broadway musical Motown. Cathy did a little Priceline shopping and found a nice hotel in the Theatre District. Now that our daughter lives in NYC we are always looking for an excuse to train in and what better reason than to see a Broadway musical. This is not an official review of the play by any means but just about how we had so much fun.
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