Its summer time

Its summer. You know what that means; tan, bikinis, surf, beach, early sunrise, and late sunset, and the days are longer and nights are shorter.

If you are reading this article on this website, then you are a tanner.  The first thing that is probably in your mind; ultraviolet rays or tanning cream. I tell you now, tanning cream. I will tell you also go to the beach.

What is summer

Summer is the warmest season of the year and occurs between spring and autumn. In the Northern portion of the earth, it is the period between the summer solstice (year’s longest day), June 21 or 22, and the autumnal equinox (day and night equal in length), September 22 or 23; and in the Southern Hemisphere, as the period between December 22 or 23 and March 20 or 21.

This year summer officially begins Monday, 21 June, and ends on Thursday, 23 September.

This is the season where we can have a picnic in the park, watch the sunset from a beach, bring a blanket and lie on the grass at an outdoor concert, and swim in a lake.

For beach goers you might be interested to know the longest days:

Los Angeles, California

Earliest Sunrise: 5:41 a.m. from June 6 to 17

Latest Sunset: 8:08 p.m. from June 20 to July 6

Longest Days: June 19 to 21

Hours of Daylight on Longest Day: 14 hours and 26 minutes

Miami, Florida

Earliest Sunrise: 6:29 a.m. from May 31 to June 17

Latest Sunset: 8:16 p.m. from June 23 to July 6

Longest Days: June 15 to 25

Hours of Daylight on Longest Day: 13 hours and 45 minutes

Honolulu, Hawaii

Earliest Sunrise: 5:49 a.m. from May 28 to June 16

Latest Sunset: 7:18 p.m. from June 30 to July 7

Longest Days: June 15 to 25

Hours of Daylight on Longest Day: 13 hours and 26 minutes

Stay away from sun but go to the beach

Thermalabs believes that too much exposure to the sun will damage your skin. That is why we have a line of products that gives you a beach tan without basking on ultraviolet light.

It is the time of the year that can we experience the relaxing effects of the sea breeze. To do that you need a good beach tent. We strongly recommend the Neptune Beach Tent.

Thermalabs Neptune Beach Tent is made of lightweight fiberglass frame, water-resistant polyester roof, and water-resistant polyethylene floor. With a UPF 30 finish, you are sure to be protected from the harmful rays of the sun.

The tent’s pace can sit a regular family; two parents and two children. The tent size is 5.8 X 5.8 X 5.0 feet.

Setting up is very fast. When you get down from your car set up the tent first. It only takes a few minutes. Then unload your stuff and chairs. Sit, enjoy the breeze, read a book, or even doze off.

With three sides allowing the relaxing beach breeze to pass through, you are sure to have a calm day.

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