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#1275919 - Sat Oct 24 2020 04:24 AM CLOCKS - UK and some other countries...
sue943 Offline
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Clocks back by an hour tonight.
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#1275922 - Sat Oct 24 2020 07:32 AM Re: CLOCKS - UK and some other countries...
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Ours go back tonight as well - and I have already changed some of them! I had to have clocks everywhere in every room because my previous dog had epilepsy and I had to note down times of start/finish of her seizures - as well as alarm clocks set when her medication was due.

I cannot reach any of my wall clocks now so they will have to wait as POST for the moment - Permanently On Summer Time!
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#1275923 - Sat Oct 24 2020 07:39 AM Re: CLOCKS - UK and some other countries...
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I have just been shopping so changed my car clock when I got home. Many things change themselves so it is just my watch and clock, the oven could be anything!
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#1275989 - Sun Oct 25 2020 03:32 AM Re: CLOCKS - UK and some other countries...
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Ugh. Not only did I wake at DST and was not comfortable to stay in bed, but small dog decided it was up time also according to DST, and demanded her breakfast before my brain had really woken! I hate the fact that it is now going to get dark so early.

[I envy you being able to go shopping - the last time I went into the little corner store across the road was in February.]
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#1275994 - Sun Oct 25 2020 06:38 AM Re: CLOCKS - UK and some other countries...
Dagny1 Offline
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In the U.S., we have a week's reprieve but I also hate that it gets dark so early. People who work 9-5 usually end up coming home in the dark.

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