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19 June 2017
Ah, summer. A time for sun tans, barbecues and vacations. But, did you know that while we’re celebrating the start of beach season in the northern hemisphere, the southern hemisphere is putting on their layers and snow boots for the start of winter? For those of us living north of the equator, June 21st denotes the day when the summer solstice will occur, which is when the sun reaches its northernmost point from the equator, which coincidentally is also the day with the most hours of sunlight.
With hopefully many beautiful summer days in the prospect, here are some tips to stay healthy while enjoying the heat:
After April showers then May flowers (or more accurately, the month of prep work of planting and prepping), summer is finally the time that we can sit back and enjoy the fruits of our labor – literally. Whether we’re enjoying the vivacity of our flower beds or harvesting fresh herbs and vegetables from our own backyard, summer is the time to relax and enjoy Mother’s Nature good fortune. If accessing your garden is an issue, don’t miss out. Solutions are available to ensure that everyone can enjoy in the beauty that is summer.
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