Summer is a few weeks upon us. We’re going to be experiencing a lot of warmer days and sunnier atmosphere. That’s a good change of pace from the normal chilly winds of spring. With the coming of summer is also the time for sunbathing.
It’s quite common to see individuals sprawling along the beach just trying to get as much of the sun on their skin. Sunbathing is a common activity to do by the beach since there’s little to no chances of being shaded along the shoreline. If you wouldn’t want the long drive just to get your share of the sun, there are also some alternative places to be.
A good place to do your sunbathing would be an open park. It’s not common to see scantily clad individuals lying about in the park but it’s also not prohibited. Although, it is also a good call to ask the park attendants ahead if sunbathing is permitted in the area. The only down side with sunbathing in the park is how difficult it can be to find a private space to cool off or have a shaded area unless you bring in your umbrella. Chances are, the parking lot is also very far away so you’ll be lugging your things from quite a distance.
If you have a wide area for a backyard with little coverage, this is also a great space to get your sunbathing done. The perks of sunbathing in your yard is the privacy and the amenities of your home at your reach. You also save a lot of gas and time compared to going to the beach. A downside would be how the sun shines on your yard. You might want to determine what time of the day you’ll be sunbathing to maximize your time spent on getting a tan.