It’s the first official day of summer, which means we are now at peak amount of daylight for the year. According to an app I have that is 15 hours and 18 minutes of daylight where I live in southeast Michigan. Sunset here is 9:15 PM. During my college years I lived in Houghton, Michigan during two summers. Houghton is also in the eastern time zone but if you look for it on a map you will find it north of Wisconsin and if you draw a straight line down from it you will end up at the middle of Wisconsin. Why that matters is that Wisconsin is in the central time zone. Sunset in Houghton is at 9:54 PM tonight, which means dusk extends well past 10 PM, making for much longer evenings with daylight than anywhere else I have ever lived.