7 Fun Facts About June

Can you believe it’s June already? We’re at the halfway point of 2015. June brings the beginning of summer and it can have all kinds of erratic weather. The start of summer means the start of camping and outdoor season so I couldn’t be more excited!

7 Fun Facts About June

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1. Many of the large beetles seen in this month are called June Bugs, even though they’re different species.

2. June’s named after Juno, the Roman goddess.

3. June’s National Iced Tea Month.

4. No other calendar month ever begins on the same day as June.

5. It’s International Men’s Month.

6. June 5th is World Environment Day.

7. And- June is National Camping Month! We’ll be camping a ton this month-stay tuned!

 

And here’s the moon calendar for June, from Moonconnection.com:

June Moon Calendar

What do you plan to do this June?

 

Photos: Unsplash

 

PrintBy Elizabeth Adan

Elizabeth Adan is a Freelance Writer, Publicist and Brand Ambassador. Her blog Aquaberry Bliss is a unique outdoor lifestyle blog dedicated to expanding your world and inspiring your creativity. When Elizabeth isn’t traveling, you’ll find her writing, hiking or gardening. Find Elizabeth on Twitter @stillaporcupine and on LinkedIn.

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2 thoughts on “7 Fun Facts About June

  1. Yay for June! We’ve just had more than 20 consecutive days of storms and rain here in Central Texas, and on this first day of June, it is sunny and no chance of rain in the forecast all week! We are thankful for the rain to help drought conditions, and we are sad for the many who have experienced damage from flooding (including the old bald cypress trees).
    My spirit is totally feeling that it’s summer time and filled with gladness! My kids will be out of school next week, and we will work, play, and adventure together. On our list is to swim in cold spring waters, to find big old trees to climb and sit in, to make herbal magical elixirs and vend at the farmers markets on the weekends, to sleep in, to read, watch fireflies in the evening and listen to cicadas and crickets song, and to make lots of sun tea. Oh, also we will cook beans in our solar oven (this is on request from my younger son who is so interested in solar power right now!). I am thankful that I get to be home with my kids this year and get into a flow that feels natural for us with time for important things like cloud gazing and sitting with plants!

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