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Re: DST- bunk

Yes, but it was dark from 7:00 AM til 4:00 PM in the winter.  That's
why I wouldn't let us move to Maine when a good job prospect opened
up in the late 60's.  Even then I couldn't stand that much dark.
In a message dated 3/6/2008 9:40:59 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
macycat3@sbcglobal.net writes:

I guess it depends on how far north you are-  When I was in Maine, you 
certainly didn't need DST.  In summer it was sunny from 4am til 10 pm.
I am happy that it is now daylight after 5pm here : )

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