At 01:04 a.m. EDT this morning, the sun reached its northernmost point in the sky, which is called the summer solstice. In general it’s the longest day of the year, and since it happens in the middle of the night for us in the United States, Thursday and Friday are about the same length. Today will be about 15 hours long; compare that to the dead of winter when it’s only about 9 hours long. Crazy.
With that said, we will have plenty of daylight to do all sorts of rad shit, like ride jet bikes.
Yea, get some!by