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16 Jan 2016

Thanks to a strange orbit and weird time zones, can be of summer isn’t always a similar

Q: Next year, my husband and I will celebrate our 58th wedding. For 57 years, we also have celebrated our anniversary on June 21, day one of summer plus the longest day of 12 months. I have kept calendars the past 25 years or even more, and also on all of these calendars, June 21 is listed as day one of summer. So why do most of my new 2016 calendars list day one of summer as June 20? Whose bright idea maybe it was to change this date in the end these years? The first day of spring, fall and winter are the same.

Clifford and Judy Gruner, of Highland

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