By Clara Glendale * Beacon Reports
A Bass Lake man has reportedly thrown caution to the wind without even knowing it.
Olney Yoder, 54, of the West Side of the Lake, apparently neglected to advance his clocks when Daylight Saving Time took hold nearly two weeks ago. As a result, Yoder said he lost vital sleep.
“I don’t know what happened,” Yoder said. “The wife usually takes care of that stuff. But I guess she left a few years back.”
When asked if his cell phone and computer didn’t automatically make the change for him, Yoder scratched himself.
He said he plans to spend the first half of April going to bed at 9 p.m. rather than the usual 10 p.m. to make up for maintaining consciousness clear up to 11 p.m. since the change.
“I may have to think on this a while,” he added.