What is your favorite spring break memory?

Rep. Dave ReichertDavid ReichertLawmakers, small businesses praise employee stock ownership plans Bipartisan group of House lawmakers introduces tariff bill Business ups pressure for tariff relief MORE (R-Wash.): “I don’t know if I ever had a spring break. I’m the oldest of seven, and we were kind of a poor family, so I was always mowing the lawn and doing yard work. We didn’t go to places as a kid. We couldn’t afford to.”

Rep. Rob BishopRob BishopWeek ahead: Wait drags on for energy talks Interior ‘strongly opposes’ bill to disarm federal land law enforcement Overnight Energy: GOP chairman ramps up fight with states over Exxon MORE (R-Utah): “I’m sorry, I was working too hard through all my life.”

Rep. Tim Ryan (D-Ohio): “My senior year of high school, we went to Myrtle Beach [S.C.]. We had a ball. I’ll leave it at that.”

Rep. Henry Brown Jr. (R-S.C.): “We used to rent a place at Folly Beach [S.C.]. We shared a beach cottage with another family.”

Rep. Jeff FlakeJeff FlakeGOP senator: Trump could lose Arizona McConnell quashes Senate effort on guns Bipartisan gun measure survives test vote MORE (R-Ariz.): “My least favorite was driving my family to L.A. so they could get on a cruise without me and I [then] flew to Washington, D.C. We’re doing a cruise together this time [to the] Caribbean.”

Rep. Adam Putnam (R-Fla.): “Just camping in the woods of Florida.”

Rep. Marsha BlackburnMarsha BlackburnTennessee lawmaker mourns Pat Summitt Don't stop the clock on medical research Why won’t Obama’s FCC leave Us alone? MORE (R-Tenn.): “I’m sure it has something to do with some of the spring break vacations my children and I had. Usually a beach or spring training for baseball.”

Rep. Steve Chabot (R-Ohio): “Other than spending time with my family, which of course has to be No. 1, was when I was a senior in high school. Four of my buddies and I drove my 1956 Ford to Virginia Beach and Cape Hatteras [N.C.]. We slept on the beach, and we came back through Washington, D.C. I remember getting stopped by the police …  just for going too fast. The police officer was very nice.”

Rep. Judy Biggert (R-Ill.): “I haven’t had any lately. Probably going to London while one of my daughters lived there and one of my other daughters also lived there.”

Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio): “Seeing the sun break through the clouds after a long Cleveland winter. When you see the sun break through the clouds, it makes you feel good all over.”