Today is Marty's birthday! We would like to wish him a very happy day!
Today is the first day of fall, astronomically speaking, and we got a cool morning yesterday of 63 degrees and 50 degrees this morning! How about that?!
It’s always good to see our friend Piet Stuifbergen stop by the store.
It takes the Earth about 365.242189 days — or 365 days, 5 hours, 48 minutes and 45 seconds — to circle once around the sun; roughly, it takes one year. If we don’t add an extra day every 4 years, we would lose about 6 hours every year, or in a century we’d be off by about 24 days.