May 09, 2009

When is the longest day of the year in Whitehorse, Yukon?

Every year, usually starting around April, I get a lot of google hits from people who want to know what the longest day of the year is in Whitehorse, Yukon.

Here's the answer: Just like everywhere else in the northern hemisphere, It's the 21st of June (although you might argue that, on some years, it's the 20th of June).

Hope that helps! Thanks for visiting Michael's Meanderings!


Fawn said...

Well, I think the longest day of the year is the day you have to be the only parent for the two kids. Especially at bedtime.

And by "you", I mean "me", of course. ;)

Every Photo Tells A Story said...

The longest day of the year, anywhere, is when you piss off your wife:)

Happy Belated Birthday!

APF said...

Oh, here here Fawn!