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...the gradual change back to more daylight?  I saw Mick mention it, and I know it is nice for me to be commuting in and out during daylight again!  I'm still just on the cusp in the evening of sunset/dusk, so the lights are still on, but that is only a few more weeks!

Yay for longer days! Spring is coming.  

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I noticed a hint of gray this today @ 0700.

Dunno about commuting to this job, it's not far, ~12 miles by truck. I can take the greenway about 1/2 way, then one road opposite rush hour traffic, one nice wide road, another mostly wide-shouldered road, But the last ~ mile, OY!

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19 minutes ago, 2Far said:

I noticed a hint of gray this today @ 0700.

Dunno about commuting to this job, it's not far, ~12 miles by truck. I can take the greenway about 1/2 way, then one road opposite rush hour traffic, one nice wide road, another mostly wide-shouldered road, But the last ~ mile, OY!

With all those nice wide roads I'd suggest taking the man soccer-mom van.

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6 minutes ago, Kzoo said:

With all those nice wide roads I'd suggest taking the man soccer-mom van.

I drive a fully-paid-for (Vehicle, tag, insurance, gas, maintenance, etc.) 2015 Z-71, 4-door company truck. :cheerleader:

Another disincentive to commuting via bike. ?

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4 minutes ago, JerrySTL said:

I hate it. We need to have a Midnight Savings Time for 6 months a year.

Hate what? The time change or the longer days?  Personally, I'd be fine if they would pick one time and stick with it, but the longer daylight amount is great with or without someone mucking with the clocks.

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