I know some people who are headed to the same general location in Oregon as well. They say it’s the optimum spot to view it. Maybe I should hit the road. Really enjoyed Martha Teichner’s eclipse story. Little green men, moonshine, and funny hats-what a hoot.
Must Keep Calm And Stare At The Sun in this month!
The Solar Eclipse is coming! Take a look at the Path Map to find out the best time for you to see it. Don’t forget to protect your eyes! Keep Calm And Stare At The Sun! On August 21st, a history-making eclipse will cover some parts of the United States in complete darkness. If you’re not in the direct path of totality, but don’t mind taking a quick road-trip, there are some wonderful all-American cities hosting festivals, concerts, and fairs to celebrate the big day. A total solar eclipse will take place on Monday, August 21st for the first time in almost 40 years, and will be partially visible in the New York skies. But be prepared to sleep on the side of it once you reach the area of the total eclipse. There are no lodging options unless you care to pay big money. I looked for lodging over a year ago and had to “settle” for the coast because there was no availability inland. Seeing very bad reporting on the eclipse path in broadcast media all across the country. These people appear not able to read maps. Sometimes they say places not in the path as being great spots to see totality and other times they have left out locations. If you want accuracy, go check the maps. Road trip!!
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