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    Senior Member SwampSloth's Avatar
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    not a cloud in the sky here.
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    crystal clear skys here and the grandkids are sleeping soundly by 8:30 so we can be up before dawn to watch...no tarps on the hammocks tonight!!

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    Meteor shower "pre-game". Couldn't ask for a better day either
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    So far not a cloud in the sky. Lets hope it stays this way.

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    Y'all don't have clouds, because they're all in Oklahoma.
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    Will be out looking. Dog is sacked though, made her hike too far. She will not care about detritus tonight.
    If it moves, you can eat it. No promises you will think it tastes good.

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    Was all excited earlier as we had completely clear skies
    But now we're all clouded in.
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    Awesome view of it in NH. Hmmm, I doubt I will make the comets next trip by. It is really ripping them off now.
    Last edited by shrineclown; 10-21-2012 at 04:36.
    If it moves, you can eat it. No promises you will think it tastes good.

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    I'm in Pensacola for a soccer tournament got up and tried to drive out and find a spot to watch and only saw 2 this morning, light pollution is horrible.

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    Laid out in my RidgeRunner with a Down Air Mat in the double layers, on the hammock stand. I was able to face it SouthEast and saw stars, but the light pollution was not good in the yard. I think I saw a few very faint ones. I watched until about 12:45 ET, almost dozed off a couple of times.


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