For long periods of my life, I have ended up commuting to some place further East of where I live. This includes going to secondary school, going to university from my parents house, even for the period I lived in Norwich. The problem with commuting to some location further east is that at about this time of year (and the same in the Autumn) the sun ends up rising when traveling to work and setting when heading home. Well this happens no matter where you live. Unfortunately when traveling East in the morning and West in the evening, it will rise or set in the direction you are travelling. In other words, it will be shining directly into your eyes. Twice a day.
Today was my first day attending a project at a supplier's premises. They are located to the West of where I currently live. This meant I had a lovely feeling as I was driving home in the brilliant sunshine, yet not getting bothered by it myself.Go Top