Nothing says summer like a daytime baseball game in the middle of the week. On this edition of B-Side, Tamara Keith goes to an A's game with friends. We explore summer love, summer camp, the air conditioner repair business and one very long road trip. Liner Notes "Summer Lovin'" Shawn Wen: You've seen it in a million teen movies and TV specials. In fact, you've probably been there before. A few times. Now, B-Side Producer Shawn Wen takes a look back. As far back as the 8th grade. To tell the story of her string of summer romances. "Camp Winnarainbow" Tamara Keith: Wavy Gravy famously said at Woodstock: ?What we have in mind is breakfast in bed for 400,000!" He was also the guy who warned Woodstock attendees not to use the brown acid because it was bad. Has been operating a summer camp called camp Winnarainbow since 1974. "AC Repairman" Rene Gutel: Next we have a story about the unsung heroes of summer. We're talking about air conditioner repairmen. You don't think of them until your A/C unit breaks and the temperature in your house keeps on rising. The hottest city in the country to be an A/C tech has to be Phoenix, Arizona. B-Side's Rene Gutel went out the rounds one recent morning with an A/C serviceman to learn more about the job. "Cross Country in a Minivan" Tamara Keith: This story is about the ultimate family vacation ? a cross-country drive in a minivan. When Tamara Keith was 15 her family drove thousands of miles, through 32 states ? on a quest to discover America. At the time, Tamara was a columnist for the local newspaper in the small California farm town where they lived.