Nothing better than the longest day of summer in Michigan
It's the first day of summer - which, of course, means it's the longest day of the year. And because you live in Michigan, you get bonus time - because Mother Nature feels bad about the long winter. Sunset in Lansing today will happen at 9:20PM, at the end of 15 hours and 19 minutes of sun. But, according to MLive.com, if you head north (and by that, I mean ALL THE WAY north), on Isle Royale, sunset will happen at 10PM - after more than 16 hours of summer sun.
But, if you lived in Orlando, Florida, (close to the supposed "Happiest Place in the World") where the sun will set at 8:26PM today, you would only get 13 hours and 57 minutes of sunshine. Sad.
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