For many of us, Labor Day weekend is the last holiday of summer. A time to change our thoughts from the beach and sun to thoughts of back-to-school and fall. It’s a time to be thinking more about football than beach volleyball. It’s a time to be thinking about leaves changing colors, air that gets a little crisper every day, and planning for the holidays.
Oregon was the first state to make Labor Day a holiday (1887) and it was another seven years before it became a federal holiday. Today, all 50 states and the District of Columbia observe Labor Day as a statutory holiday on the first Monday of September.
Whether you’re celebrating by traveling or staying home, all of here at The Travelers Way wish you a happy end of summer. We hope you’ll keep reading – just because summer may be over, doesn’t mean that travel has to end. It’s time to gear up for fall and holiday travel!
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