Old 10-21-04, 09:11 AM
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Wow, what a lot of good suggestions for Option A. I will compile a combined list later. First I need to get into shape.

I have bookmarked the navy URL. This is exactly what I was looking for, thank you. Intererestingly, if you just click on the link it gives the data for year 2000, but if you go back to the top it is easy to get the data for 2004.
Now I can update my climate worksheet.

Very interesting, for Denver


SUNRISE
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Earliest
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5:31 Jun11-16,2004 ; Jun11-16,2005

Latest
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7:21 Dec29-Jan 11,2004 ; Dec30-Jan10,2004


SUNSET
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Earliest
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16:35 Dec4-9,2004 ; Dec4-9,2005

Latest
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20:32 Jun22-Jul2,2004
20:30 Jun22-Jul2,2005



Thus for bike commuters with an hour commute. About 1/2 hour of bike lights in the am in Dec and about 1 hour in the evening. Sounds like back up batteries/light might a good idea during Dec.

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