Jun 02 2010
I trust that most of you had a very pleasant Memorial Day weekend. I would imagine that many of you spent your time outdoors and I hope to God that most of you got to see many many ladies partying in very very small bikinis.
I’m here to share with you that these past times have been going on for years. And today I’d like to pay respect to an event that lasted for a solid 11 years before being shut down: The Ramblin’ Raft Race that took place on the Chattahoochee river in Georgia.
Each Memorial Day weekend, tens of thousands of Atlantans gathered at the river, gorged themselves on substances legal and illegal, and set off on an armada of rafts. They’d spend much of the day (and sometimes evening) floating from Sandy Springs to Vinings, drinking beer, listening to Skynyrd and Mother’s Finest, and violating as many of the Ten Commandments as humanly possible. (via)
And just like our ladies party now. They partied back then. Check out some of the bikini girls of the 70s….
Hell I wouldn’t mind seeing girls in bathing suits like that. Even the boat is awesome. So vintage. Eh, I kind of like our young Spring Break contingent. Still though, this isn’t bad at all.
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