Originally posted by sonhouse
Solar eclipse? I envy you. Total? I saw a partial about 20 years ago here in Pennsylvania. The shadows cast by the leaves in the trees made weird shadows, like crescent moon shape and the light was a weird reddish hue also.
No... We miss totality by about 50 miles.
However unless you want to stand on a rock in the middle of the north Atlantic in March
however it's the best place in the world to see the eclipse.
It's entirely possible that it will be dumping 6 inches of snow on us at the time... but as
I'm going their anyway, it's an opportunity not to be missed.