Although North America loses an extra hour of sleep today due to daylight savings, many people will utilize that extra hour of daylight doing what they've itched to do all winter long enjoy the evening in the daylight.
We've asked some locals what they will do with their extra hour of sunshine. And most are saying the outdoors are the way to go.
Judy Flear, administrative assistant for the Steamboat Meat and Seafood Co., said she would just like to be outside, walking around or working in the garden.
"It's lighter later so just enjoying the light" would be nice, Flear said. "Anything other than being inside after being cooped up all day during the winter."
John Fisher, clerk at Mister Music store, said he would sit on his porch and play his banjo. Getting together with his singing partner to play some old-time cowboy and bluegrass music would be the perfect way to optimize his extra hour in the day.
"I love spring so much. I'm a banjo player the banjo buckaroo. I would just enjoy the daylight," Fisher said.
Dan Westrich, owner of The F-Stop, might not be biking, but this Sunday he's sure to be building a ramp on the side of his house for his motorcycle, he said. He needs to start parking it in the back of the house.
And as spring progresses into summer, he might take a few hikes on Emerald Mountain, he said. Westrich also said he, his wife, their 14-year-old nephew, his wife's brother and sister-in-law usually play a lot of croquet after an evening grill out. Although now it's too dark to play croquet, after daylight savings he'll have time to beat everyone at that silly French game. Gil Ramirez, a partner in ASI Appraisal Service, also said walking outside after dinner is a good way to digest some of that food while finding interesting things on his 10-acres of land.
"We like to go walking in the evening to look for antlers that the (melting) snow starts to reveal," Ramirez said.
It doesn't have to be exciting it's your day to do whatever you want.
Compiled by Kelly Silva