The stars and constellations of summer are now well out of their winter slumber over southwestern Minnesota, and they're waiting for you to enjoy them on a warm clear July evening. Don't let mosquitoes spoil your nocturnal fun though. Have the bug repellant at the ready. As I've told you before though, in most cases, the bugs start backing off about an hour after sunset. By 11 p.m. most nights, their bedtime feeding time has pretty much ended, and they tuck themselves into the swamp or wherever they call home.