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Where'd the Sun Go?

I was at work during the eclipse so I made sure to find reasons to hang around on the shop floor and look out the windows rather than being in the back. It was completely cloudy so there was no chance of seeing anything in detail, but I wanted to watch it get darker. And it did, although not too much. I guess even 15% of the sun is still enough to give us a lot of light!

Selfishly I was quite pleased that it was so cloudy. I'd have been upset if we'd had a great view and I wasn't able to go out and watch it properly!

But I am going to watch it on TV tonight. That's just as good, right?


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Aug. 21st, 2017 05:15 pm (UTC)
Where'd the Sun Go?

Where did the sun go? Here in Huntley, it’s cloudy. I’m not really sure if we’re going to see the eclipse.
That would most definitely be awesome. It would be a really amazing thing to see. In my lifetime, I don’t recall seeing the eclipse. I erecall hearing stories about it, though; however, I don’t really remember seeing it myself.
I’d ❤ to see it. That would be a wonderful way to end the day. This is one phenomenon that I don’t think too many people actually get to experience in their lifetime. I think it’s a once-in-a-blue-moon occurrence that you have to be lucky to see for yourself.
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