If we should abandon changing our clocks by an hour twice a year, please, please let’s not have daylight saving time year-round. When I lived in Colorado in the late 1960s, daylight saving time meant that school children who lived in the rural areas were out waiting to catch the school bus in pitch dark mornings in October. It wasn’t so bad in the spring because daylight saving time didn’t begin until the end of April then.
If we had daylight saving time year round here, sunrise at the beginning of December would be just before 8:30 a.m. and at the end of that month would be at 8:49 a.m. Please let’s not do that.
Albany (March 11)