|Tomorrow's the longest day.||Brian C.|
Jun 20, 2001 9:52 AM
|Here, at the western end of Lake Ontario, tomorrow begins at 5:36 a.m. This week, Venus and the crescent moon were at two o'clock high - like Paul and Phil, providing colour commentary as the sun cut the horizon. |
Darkness at 8 a.m. is unimaginable.
And there's no better way to start a bike ride.
Hope your sunrise on the longest day is cloud free.
|Boy do I know it||Mel Erickson|
Jun 20, 2001 2:29 PM
|It's the day I got married, 26 years ago! Happily, I might add.|
|re: Todays the shortest day!||Dutchy|
Jun 20, 2001 7:09 PM
|Well in the Southern Hemisphere it's the shortest day, so here come the lighter days. At the moment it's pitch black by 5.15pm, and it sucks. I always look forward to the shortest day, it means where over the hump of darkness and heading into the longer days! CHEERS.|
|Sunrise 3.26, sunset 20.49...||gromit|
Jun 21, 2001 2:40 AM
|Sunny fine day, 20 oC, riding tonight for sure...|
|Light enough to ride until 22.30 ish...||gromit|
Jun 21, 2001 7:55 AM
|on a good day.
Don't want to think about those long winter nights.
|Light enough to ride until 22.30 ish...||muncher|
Jun 21, 2001 8:19 AM
|Too right - was out with no lights at 2240 last night - no cloud, still light (only on quiet backroads), and warm enought to makle you want to go faster and faster. I would cleary be a pro if I was in an always warm country....|| |