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Old 12-21-2010, 11:28 AM   #1
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Re: Total Lunar Eclipse Monday Night

didnt get to see it cause it pissed rain last night too bad...maybe ill see one at a xmas party
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Old 12-21-2010, 11:30 AM   #2
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Re: Total Lunar Eclipse Monday Night

No rain but very overcast here. So I was all toasty in bed rather than standing out in the cold!

Happy Winter Solstice! No bonfire, but got my candles lit!
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Nope. Today is December 21. Today is the shortest day of the year. It is called the winter solstice. Some people celebrate it. "Google" it. We realized that we tended to have a bonfire every year on Dec 21. At first it was unintentional and then the kids started looking forward to it. Later I found out that alot of folks light a fire or candle and keep it burning all day on the 21st. SO it is just something I do and we always say Happy Winter Solstice... one of my daughters had wanted to an astronomer... now she lives near the Very Large Array... and Roswell!
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Re: Total Lunar Eclipse Monday Night

I watched it with my wife, it was very exciting to see.
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Re: Total Lunar Eclipse Monday Night

it was overcast, snowing and drifting like a bugger out, i went to bed lol.
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