Summer Travel Safety Tips

We'd like to provide a few handy bits of advice for those looking to do some traveling over the hot summer months:

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June & July: History and Meaning

Before our modern calendar, June and July were the fourth and fifth months of the year respectively on the Roman Calendar. June dropped to 29 days briefly after becoming the fifth month under Numa but regained its full 30 during the Julian Reform. July has always had 31 days but was originally known as Quintilis. It was re-named in honor of Julius Caesar in 44 BC and became the seventh month.

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