June 24th is Saint John's day.
There is a tradition in my mother's town where during "La festa di San Giovanni" two towns meet in a field named after Saint John to party, play, and eat altogether. Everyone bring some food to share so everyone can eat. It's a chance for the people of those two towns to meet and share a common holiday.
Well, it used to be like that. Now not many people gather there to celebrate and it's mostly tourist. It's never crowded, but it's clear that my mother misses the good old times. One thing never changes: the path to San Giovanni is still immersed in a beautiful forest, full of plants, mushroom and a very useful plant called "Erba di San Giovanni" ("Saint John's herb") that can be used to prepare a very useful oil. But that's another story 😉
It's always fun to learn about your own culture and traditions. What's the most interesting tradition from your country?
Halfway Havoc 2018 was a total blast!! Well done @groundlevelminitrucks in producing another awesome show! It was so great to catch up with so many friends and to make some new ones too. :) Also a little shoutout to @joshbee123 for firstly, letting me stick around for what is now my third HWH haha, but also for all of his hard work and dedication in getting the chev to where it's at in time for the show. Super proud of you babe. Safe travels everyone and see you all at the lids table next year! ;P xx @halfwayhavoc #hwh#groundlevel#minitruckers
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When I went through the photos I took during the day I had a flashback: I've taken this photo before? Yep, scrolling back my feed, on July 13, 2013 there's a very similar photo. Full circle in five years. 😄😆