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Rainshadow

The Latest Sunsets Of The Year Are Arriving!

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7 minutes ago, Rainshadow said:

From Mike Silva:

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Can you please stop changing my thread titles to depression 

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1 minute ago, Rainshadow said:

Only 125 days of est left.

I will enjoy all 125 days too and so will you

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21 minutes ago, snowlurker said:

Barrow just started its 65 days of polar night. I wonder if they have a golf course?

Bring that to here

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Welcome to the darkest holiday of the winter season.  In spite of Thanksgiving being on the 22nd this year sunset on Christmas Day is about two minutes later than it will be today.

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Today may end up being the darkest day of the winter. Either way tomorrow for Mt. Laurel is the final (to the nearest) afternoon minute lost.

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On 12/2/2018 at 4:44 PM, Rainshadow said:

Today may end up being the darkest day of the winter. Either way tomorrow for Mt. Laurel is the final (to the nearest) afternoon minute lost.

Better and BRIGHTER days are on the horizon

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Earliest sunset (4:32) here on the north side of the city is not until tomorrow thru DEC 9th

sun angle continues to lower until Christmas Day

sun won't rise earlier until Jan 11th

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21 minutes ago, colonel_kurtz said:

Earliest sunset (4:32) here on the north side of the city is not until tomorrow thru DEC 9th

sun angle continues to lower until Christmas Day

sun won't rise earlier until Jan 11th

You get an earlier (closest minute) tick forward than we do.  We have to wait til December 12th. 

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Great times ahead. More daylight and more snowfall. This time of year. Nov 10 - Dec 20 is basically garbage. 

Its like waiting for real winter sitting inside an unlit closet. 

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