Some highlights include live music, merchandise vendors, pony rides, crab races, and various interactive.
Fri 25 Oct. Sat 06 Jul. Sun 07 Jul. Sun 14 Jul. Sun 28 Jul. Sun 11 Aug. Sat 17 Aug. Sun 25 Aug. Wed 28 Aug. Sun 15 Sep. Sun 21 Jul. Sun 18 Aug. Mon 01 Jul. Thu 04 Jul. Hither Hills State Park hosts a weekly sandcastle contest which is open to all ages. Sand, water, and natural materials native to the beach can be used to create sculptures. Each week prizes will be awarded for the best sculptors and castles in several categories. Thu 11 Jul. Vehicle Use Fee: No Fee. Thu 18 Jul.
Tue 23 Jul. Thu 25 Jul.
Thu 01 Aug. Thu 08 Aug. Tue 13 Aug.
Thu 15 Aug. Thu 22 Aug. Vehicle Use Fee: No fee. Thu 29 Aug. Sat 20 Jul. At Central Mall-Field 4. Fri 20 Sep. The tree is lit by Santa and he is available for pictures afterwards. Hot chocolate and cookies will be served.
In the spirit of the season the Park will be collecting winter coats and non-perishable food items for families in need. Carolers kick off the festivities singing on the south side of the Camelia Greenhouse, then Santa Claus arrives to light the holiday tree. Sun 08 Sep.
Hosted by the Long Island Flying Eagles, this radio-controlled model airplane show is great fun for all. Aircraft enthusiasts may watch demonstrations at no charge! Yes, this is where the famous Swiss train journey summits and was, surprisingly, named after a very good line of sewing machines. Im sure in every Swiss basement there is a model train set, and in the countryside trundles the real thing on narrow gauge and wide. Their railway system is so well utilised for freight and passengers that on the main trunk line a train rushes by every two minutes, like Swiss clockwork.
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The planet's longest train tunnel resides deep underground in Switzerland. After 20 years of hard labour and toil, the 57km mile twin-barrel Gotthard tunnel has burrowed its way under the alps between northern and southern Europe.. In the mountains it's tempting to think that every house flying the Swiss flag is a Red Cross depot, and who knows, it may well be true from a first aid point of view.
I digress. We checked the topo map and single tracked our way down the valley to the biggest gelato shop in all of Switzerland. The trail started from above the tree line, wound its way through it and along dry stone walled farms and mountain villages.
A smooth gravel road climb took us up to Rifugio Saosea and back onto single track for the final ascent to Passo Viola. The longer shadows of afternoon were invading this rocky mountain landscape adding contrast and subtle shades of rich colour to our vistas. Mountain tarns reflected jagged peaks of shattered rock and alpine streams clattered noisily over the flat smooth rocks on their chosen paths. The summit came soon enough with only downhill remaining to our rifugio.
We sped along an old military track, just wide enough for a couple of horses pulling a gun carriage, to Rifugio Viola.
It's an old WW1 military barrack with metre thick walls and gun slit windows impervious to gun fire and most of the cold. Our hosts and a large bunk room greeted us in Italian. Tea was big slabs of polenta and a hot stew, washed down with strong red wine and mountain water, followed by cake, tea and coffee. In this rather large rifugio we were only joined by a solitary Swiss National.
He professed to having only studied old Greek, Latin, Italian, English and German at collage as he switched seamlessly between English for us and Italian for our host. Their micro hydro plant kept the lights blazing and the heaters heating. We slept like an army mascot, under a pile of rough woolen blankets. The next day dawned crystal clear and cool. As the shadows lifted slowly from the valley into a clear blue sky. We set off refreshed but under-breakfasted, as only two small white buns with jam and a big pot of tea were on offer. Not our usual culinary start to the day.
Bits of singletrack lowered us down to a critical junction with an invitation to head back up into the hills for an entertaining climb towards our second big pass of the trip. The track was well sign posted with the now familiar cast aluminum red and silver plaques, and went 4WD to an old mountain hut where gnarly singletrack prevailed, the lower section of which we pushed.
The track's upper reaches were ridable to the pass. This year end holiday is going to get messy! Or maybe get wacky and build a Sand-man! Find a friend and challenge each other to stay on the inflatables as long as you can without falling into the water! Check out our It's Wipeout promotions and activities here sunwaylagoon.
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