Now-a-days we are bombarded with information regarding our health. It is a widely known fact that the UV rays from the sun cause skin cancer. We all must be proactive, not only for ourselves, but also for our children who don’t know better. It is recommended that we wear facial sunscreen everyday. On a normal everyday basis, a facial moisturizer with an SPF in it is great. However, on those days that you will be at the pool, beach or sweating a lot, a higher SPF sunscreen is needed.
Sunny days require sun block when visiting the Mississippi beaches, especially your face!
Continue reading Mama says protect your face from the Sun
Look at the blurry thing in the sky. I am not sure what we caught in this image. I posted the image taken only a second before this photo so you can see the progression from frame to frame. I am not sure if this is a UFO or something else. Thought it was interesting because it kind of resembles an airplane. Odd that it is only found in one frame of the beach photos. Notice the wake on the boat for timing and also the person drinking from a glass on the right.
Notice the blur in the sky, is this a UFO off the Mississippi Gulf Coast?
Continue reading UFO appears in Coastal90 Mississippi Photo from July 4th
What a great 4th of July on the beach in Mississippi. People were out having a ball in Hancock, Jackson and Harrison counties. The beaches in Waveland, Bay St. Louis, Pass Christian, Long Beach, Gulfport, Biloxi and Ocean Springs were packed with families having fun.
Many families visit the coast of Mississippi to get away from the hyper commercialism found in other beach destinations. It is amazing how the neighborhoods along the coast still offer such an affordable opportunity for coastal living.