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A “Time” Honoured Tradition?

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  It is getting to be that time of the year, when we start seeing more hours of daylight. Over the past number of years, there has been much debate, as to whether or not to keep having to set the time one hour ahead, in the spring, and one hour back, in the autumn.  Do we really need to keep this practice, or should we just “Set It And Forget It”?  Hit us up on our Facebook page, with your answer.

Written by: Jim Smith

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  It is getting to be that time of the year, when we start seeing more hours of daylight. Over the past number of years, there has been much debate, as to whether or not to keep having to set the time one hour ahead, in the spring, and one hour back, in the autumn.  Do we really need to keep this practice, or should we just “Set It And Forget It”?  Hit us up on our Facebook page, with your answer.

Written by: Jim Smith

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