nenya_kanadka: lightbulb moment (@ inspiration)
nenya_kanadka ([personal profile] nenya_kanadka) wrote in [personal profile] sholio 2017-05-20 06:50 am (UTC)

Wow! Where I lived in northern BC, the sun would set around 11 pm and start peaking over the horizon around 3 or 3:30 am again, in June/July--or at least that is how I remember it, as an inveterate night owl who many times did not manage to get to bed within that magic window. (Still don't, too often!) I should check official data for the North Peace...

But dang. You've got a whole different ballgame going!

(I don't mind excessive sunlight sometimes, especially now that I own a sleep mask and blackout curtains, though my quality of sleep is better when it's dark out. But good god, winters here at the 49th parallel are bad enough--I do not think I could do significantly more northern climes again. Since I *can't* store the sunlight...!)

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