Choose your number. Now that France has moved into Central European Summer Time (CEST), friends in Bordeaux are zero, Hershey is 6, Waukesha is 7, Durango is 8, and Sedona and Phoenix and California are 9. I’d have to know someone in the South Atlantic Islands to use 3 and there are several possibilities to use 5 in northeastern Canada, the Caribbean, and a central swatch of South America. Today’s sunrise was at 7:50 (but that’s just a theory because it’s raining again) and sunset is scheduled for 8:26. At the height of the CEST season in mid-June, sunrise will be at 6:16 and sunset at 9:53. That’s a lot of daylight to burn! And the street nightlights won’t go on until 11. That wouldn’t have worked for my growing up years in Michigan when we had to be home when the street lights came on!