In the summer, the boys of summer tour the country in all four seasons. They do this because they want to. It is as if they say to each other that although it is not a school holiday, it is still time to enjoy and visit different parts of the nation. The boys tour begins in Georgia, then they go on to New York, then they visit the west coast of America, they go back home to Georgia, then they visit Florida before they continue on with the tour in the south. The boys of summer can take their camper van, or car or bus; or they can just ride in style on the back of a bicycle caravan.
The summer holidays are a great chance for the boys of a certain age to go traveling. They have a campervan, which means they do not have to worry about the cost of accommodation, which is really important when you are out on your own. They can stay in campsites and caravan parks wherever they want. They can go on long road trips and they can enjoy camping as much as they like. They can eat as they want, drink whatever they want and they can sleep in as many places and in as many ways as they want.
The boys of summer are spoilt for choice as far as sightseeing goes. There are some stunning mountain ranges, beautiful cities, beach resorts, and parks scattered all over the country. It is just a matter of choosing which part of the country you would like to visit. If you go to the south, you can visit the Gulf coast or the Florida Keys; if you want to go to the west coast, you might want to go to California or Oregon; and if you want to go to New Zealand, you can always go southeast and visit Wellington.