Are you ready for summer 2022 in New Jersey? In many ways, it will be different from previous summers.
This will be the first summer of legalized recreational marijuana. Plant this in your “garden state”. It will also be the first summer of $5 a gallon of gasoline. But don’t worry, it’s just an incredible transition, according to our president.
But on the bright side, the weather will be warmer. You will take your vacation. There’s so much to do in New Jersey, some will cost money, some it won’t and hopefully, despite everything our government is doing to try to screw us, our Jersey attitude – which is take it on and make it work – will win.
So, having said all that, I asked you what are you most looking forward to this summer? Either way, may it bring you the joy and happiness you seek. You deserve it!
Relax at the beach. And I just found out that all state parks are free this summer, so Island Beach State Park at Seaside will be free for everyone.
Melynda B. Ulrich
Day trips with my grandchildren!
A nice walk to Wildwood and a nice stop at Donkey’s, my favorite cheesesteak
Monmouth Park returns to normal
Jean Gemini Lombardi
Just get out. At one of the many great comedy shows this state has to offer anytime. And enjoy God’s gift of laughter
Beach. Beach and Beach.
I hope I don’t get sick this summer after being so sick all winter and spring!
Go Jersey Shore to Holgate on LBI
Weeks without tornadoes, strong gusts of rain in July and August
Trev: We can only hope and pray
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