Julie Devereaux

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VILLAGE OF YANGUTUM, SIBERIA, RUSSIA - FEBRUARY, 22: The winter road at night near the Siberian village of Yangutum, on February 2, 2016 in Siberia, Russia. Local people live in this 'winter' community to sell goods, such as berries, meat and fish, they have caught or gathered, to people driving north to the remote northern areas. They live in these shacks until the winter road becomes impassable. The road, built every winter by pouring water on the surface of the swamps to freeze it, connects the 'main land' area to the remote northern areas across the swamps of Zabolotie. During the warmer seasons, the route through the Zabolotie (about 350 km) is impassable. (Photo by Alexander Aksakov/Getty Images)

Because that’s when the  daylight to darkness ratio starts heading in the other direction!

I laughed out loud when I read this. Who hasn’t felt this way and/or attempted similar things this time of year. I CAN’T WAIT FOR SPRING! If just to see the sun past 4pm!!

It's 4:11 p.m. Do you know where your daylight went? - The Boston Globe

Have you been enjoying the 4:11 sunsets? For the last 10 days in Boston, the sun has been setting so early that you need headlights to get home from a late lunch. If you're one of those people who enjoys this time of year, when our sun makes its earliest dive behind the horizon, then I'm jealous.