The official kickoff of summer – the Memorial Day weekend – has come and gone. Even though temperatures in Wyoming may not reflect summer is upon us (or even spring for that matter!), the weather forecast for the upcoming weekend shows hints of warmer weather. Likely most people are happy about that! With summer comes
The first six months of the year evaporated, and July has now arrived. July 4th often means picnics, fireworks, and other outdoor activities; these endeavors, while filled with family and fun, can lead to disasters. Here are a few tips to keep yourself, your children, and your other family members safe. Fireworks The use of fireworks
Summer officially began last week, and with the July 4th holiday weekend approaching, there are many concerns to consider regarding a person’s wellbeing. From sun to sex, we have six summer safety tips for you: Sunshine on my shoulders – although that can make you happy, as the late John Denver sang, it can also give you cancer.
Six months of the year are behind us — IT’S SUMMER!!! Many people spend more time outdoors during this season of the year, and though we look forward to the sunshine and recreational activities that summer provides, there are also things we should be aware of in order to have a safe and enjoyable season.