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16h UTC; SUNDAY, 1 SEPTEMBER 2013: As this does happen to be the Labour Day long weekend across the United States and Canada, many communities as are traditionally dependent upon the summer shoobie trade are doubtless in a state of sorrow this weekend before technically going into hibernation for the winter. Unless it so happens that they also manage to attract attention during the fall colour period, which extends their shoobie season in a way for a few weeks ... whence they can be considered to go into hibernation until next spring.

Which, depending on weather and the timing of Easter Sunday, can be rather fickle; suffice it to say, though, that the traditional summer season in many North American communities usually extends from May 15th until Labour Day, with many of the more important distractions tending to open from June 1st, as schools let out for the summer break (which, depending on severity of weather over the past winter as translated into school closings or delayed starts, can sometimes be delayed itself).

So, in commemoration of the end of another shoobie season across North America, as schools begin their 2013-2014 term, I submit for your approval what may perhaps be a rather apropos end-of-summer melody in form of Dusty Springfield's somewhat bittersweet "The Summer is Over" (as can be viewed here in YouTube), the lyrics therefrom being (for such wishing to sing along):

The night runs away with the day
The grass that was green is now hay
The world goes around without even a sound
And it looks like the summer is over

The rains tumble down in the sky
Young swallows have learned how to fly
The leaves that were green are no longer so green
And it looks like the summer is over

The sun and the moon take turns in the sky
The days drift on by too soon
The meadows are kissed by a cool autumn mist
Far away now is June

The birds fly away to the sun
The leaves touch the ground one by one
The breeze hurries by without even goodbye
And it looks like the summer is over

The sun and the moon take turns in the sky
The days drift on by too soon
The meadows are kissed by a cool autumn mist
Far away now is June

The birds fly away to the sun
The leaves touch the ground one by one
The breeze hurries by without even goodbye
And it looks like the summer is over

And it looks like the summer is over


In any event, ye of the shoobie traps dependent upon the summer trade, try not to weep over the loss of another summer's trade; rather, consider where it was "fun while it lasted," and that there'll always be next summer when you'll have opportunity anew to meet friends old and new.

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