I’m throwing out this bit-o-post just because I wanted to share some happy thoughts. I just went through how I love fall and why, well this Sunday night 9/27/15 is another great reason. You may have heard or seen this on the news, if not here it is…
A SUPER – HARVEST – BLOOD – TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE MOON
How cool is this? The super moon alone is fun to see but to have all of this on one night – wow! We have seen a number of harvest and blood moons here in Colorado. The best time we catch them is just as they are rising. I was also freaked out by a super moon while driving to Cheyenne, Wyoming one evening – thought someone built a huge satellite dish out on the plains – ha ha, nope – just the super moon coming up.
We don’t get to see much of the northern lights down here, but when it comes to falling stars, super moons, and a great night light show – that’s all ours! Nothing blocking our view unless the occasional storm is passing through. It is supposed to be clear sailing here Sunday night – hope it will be by you too!
Oh, and just a tidbit for my gardener fans…the flower that is attached to this blog is a “moon” flower. The flower is about the size of a softball, and only blooms at night – really cool! Another unique beauty of nature to think about on this super moon weekend! We had them here once, hope to have them again next year.
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Got to see the blood moon and eclipse real well here in Arkansas. Got some nice photos to put on my blog of the moon. Liz