Whether you live by the beach or are planning a seaside summer vacation,
play it safe while you’re having hot fun in the summertime
What’s more fun than a day at the beach?! I’m lucky to live in the lovely golden state of California where I can head to the beach for a day of sand and surf anytime. Boogie boarding, building sand castles, tossing a frisbee, surfing, soaking in the sun… there’s an endless amount of fun to be had at the beach but there are a few things that can put a damper on your fun in the sun.
How do you recognize a rip current and what should you do if you get caught in one? Karina Fraley of Mommywood.com gets the answers in her interview with Ventura County lifeguard Derek Doler. Derek shares some valuable tips on being water wise and sun savvy so you can enjoy your day by the sea. Be sure to share this with your friends who have kids. Surf’s up.
Angel Hamilton says
With the official start of the summer season behind us and the actual first day of summer fast approaching now is a great time to brush up on some safety tips for fun in the sand and surf. Whether you are spending quality family time at your local swim club or on vacation in Dewey beach these are some important things to consider or reacquaint yourself with before heading out.