The month of May means different things to different people. For Cambodians, it marks the Royal Ploughing Ceremony and King Sihamoni‘s birthday. In America, we think of flowers blooming and some mysterious dance around a Maypole, which I don’t think anyone really understands.
For teachers, and students, it only means on thing.
Summer vacation is around the corner.
To herald the summer of 2015, I bring you a video that Sean made of one of our favorite Wisconsin activities: playing in the water.
Last summer we spent a few days at our friend’s cabin in Eagle, Wisconsin.
Eagle Spring Lake is a funky area. Kettle Moraine State Forest is next door, there’s an island with a house on it in the center of the lake, and there’s a gorgeous little channel of water that connects you to Lulu Lake, which is just beautiful. I’ve never seen so many lily pads.
If there’s one thing you’ve got to do in Wisconsin, it’s spend some time on our lakes in the summer. (Even if you’re from Minnesota. I won’t judge you.)
Watch Sean’s video below (in 1080p if you can), and just try not to get out your sunscreen and sunglasses.