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Sunday, July 13, 2003

A Westport Lazy Summer Sunday

A Westport Lazy Summer Sunday
It was one of those lazy summer Westport Sundays you wished you could put in a bottle and recall on demand and that almost made you forget all the snowy winter days and rainy spring weekends.

WestportNow presents some snapshots of one day in summer 2003 to savor when the inevitable dark, cold days return.

On Roseville Road, Sophie Dodd, 9, a Long Lots Elementary School soon-to-be fourth grader, (left), and her friend Emma Sven, also 9, set up a lemonade stand and did brisk business. photo

Over at Mitchells, the Staples football team was doing its fund-raising car wash. Football season for the Wreckers is just around the corner. photo

Down at Compo Beach, the parking lots were overflowing and tossing a ball on the beach was among the many activities engaging Westporters. photo

At Compo Basin, a family of Canadian geese took in the sights. photo

The Italian Festival was wrapping up its last day in Saugatuck and getting a back rub to relieve the days stress seemed like a good thing to do for many people. photo

For youngsters full of energy, a turn on the bungee jumping attraction was a natural way to spend part of the day. photo

On Main Street, shoppers picked over last-minute bargains on the final day of the Downtown Merchants Association sidewalk sale. photo

If only all summer weekends were like this.


Posted 07/13/03 at 10:41 PM  Permalink


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