Our Summer Hiatus


Hiatus is defined as:  a gap or interruption in time, or continuity; a break.  Or, in other words, a “summertime re-charge.” So, here’s our notice. Over the course of the next month, we’ll be “checking-out” of the Journal offices. We’re off to bike as much as time allows, read more Hemingway, write some more prose and poetry, and traipse around the Cabot Trail.  

So, for now, we’ll leave you with a few links that offer good summer diversions for those idle moments in the weeks ahead.

Our FAV Summertime Music Play List

Archived jokes and puns from the BGJ’s archived posts

Reading material from our e-bookshelf (ed. – admittedly, yes, a shameless plug)

Have you read our summer’s “hazy day” poem yet?

We’re due back in late August. Until then, enjoy your summer! – cg

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