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Take a Hike

All Aboard the Meme Express – Monday, November 17, 2008


November 17th is National Take a Hike Day in the United States. In some venues, this holiday has evolved into Tell Your Boss to Take a Hike Day.


Here’s a song that seems to fit this unorthodox occasion:


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Today, the Meme Express prompt is simple: “Take a Hike.”


Do you like to hike?

If you could take a hike anywhere in the world, where would you go?

Do you have hiking photos you would like to share today?

Would you like to tell your boss to take a hike?

Would you like to invite someone else to take a hike?

Have you ever been asked to take a hike?


Perhaps this concept will inspire you to create a drawing, a poem, a short story, or a journal entry. Then return here to leave a comment with your link. (Be sure to include a link to the Meme Express. Grab our train graphic from the sidebar for your link, if you want.)


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