Nah-ah. Arizona went rogue in 1967 and opted out of Daylight Savings Time, which starts the first Sunday of November. Now I can call family on the east coast and not fret I’m probably waking them up…I like, I like. The only part of Arizona that does spring and fall is on the Navajo Nation; it observes daylight saving because of its large size – it spans across three states.
Now is a good time, too, for us to remember to change the batteries in our smoke detectors. Done, here.