The Summer Solstice was Monday, June 21 at 7:28 a.m. (ET), making this the first day of summer. The longest day of the year is here, and with it the official start of summer.
Happy Solstice. And happy summer. Here are a couple ideas for celebrating:
Eat out at one of the restaurants with the best views in the world.
Take a dip in a natural swimming pool.
Get the kids and join a citizen science project.
Plant a wildlife-friendly bird garden.
Whatever you do, don't forget the natural sunscreen.
What do you plan to do this summer? Tell us by commenting below!
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