Summer is a time for soaking up the sun and having fun. For most people, that means one thing – road trips.
There’s nothing quite like cruising along the highways or the dirt roads, exploring the world, and making memories on the move. When the weather’s perfect and they finally get time off, many people are eager to plan out their road trip.
Today we’ll explore strategies you can use to get the most out of your summer road trip and divide our list into three categories. The first is how to keep yourself safe, the second is how to keep your trip on track, and the third is how to get maximum enjoyment while you’re gone.
There’s something unmatchable about the great outdoors. No matter where go, you just can’t substitute fresh air, sunshine, and the beauty of nature.
Unfortunately, not all of nature is beautiful. At least in how they relate to humans, ticks are pests. When you’re outdoors, the sun and the scenery aren’t all you’re surrounded by. You may also be around ticks, which could get on your clothes or even your body.
That’s bad enough on its own. Add in the fact these arachnids can spread illnesses like Lyme disease and makes it critical to avoid them.
Here are some tips to help you stay safe and tick free.
Here is our interview with BIKER BUNNY from Moncton who heads out on their bike every Easter to bring joy and smiles to all. Biker Bunny visits all hospitals and centers for seniors and children with disabilities.
Radiation Therapists are part of the Oncology team that treats patients with cancer. We at Higgins Insurance value the difference they make in people lives and today we are so proud to share with you an Interview with Stephanie McIntosh Lawrence, a Radiation Therapist, for students that might want to consider Radiation Therapist as a chosen field.
Summer is finally here and this means it’s pool season, swimming in lakes, rivers & beaches. Here are some excellent safety tips from the Nova Scotia Lifeguard Service to ensure that everyone stays safe and healthy while splashing the season away. Please check out www.nsls.ns.ca for more information on prevention and job description of being lifeguard.
This July, Higgins Insurance wants to salute all firefighters who have trained extensively in their field. They play a vital role in fighting hazardous fires that threaten lives, property and the environment. They rescue people and animals from dangerous situations, and provide the day to day lifesaving on the front lines and for that, we thank you. They play a huge role in fire prevention and in keeping the public safe.