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An old photo still makes me smile.

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Found this photo from 8/21/2017 and the GAE.

It always brings a smile to my face seeing my youngest daughter and youngest grandson staring up at the disappearing sun. 

SWMBO was in the car, out of the South Carolina heat. She got out during totality.

I really laugh when I see the bridge crew on the Enterprise in my wind shield looking up as well.

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Nothing like a good chill out.

 

Glen.

 

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Nice one. I remember having a great day in the sun in Glendo, Wyoming

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Daybreak

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All set, with my eldest son in the background

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Diamond ring

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Corona

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Pelican

Unforgetable day

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33 minutes ago, michael.h.f.wilkinson said:

 

 

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Pelican

.....  or Klingon Bird of Prey class starship.....   ??

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I ran the day before to the Ga/SC border to be ready and close. The next morning, worried with clouds off the Atlantic, I drove inland to Columbia.

A truck stop had a large empty parking lot, which filled rapidly.

It was the first total eclipse for us all and quite memorable. Even my grandson who was just barely 5, still asks, papa when can we do it again?

I tell hi., 2024, if Gods willing.

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