YESSSSSS by 8:00pm we started watching it here.
we called my dad long distance to make sure he did ......my son called US at 10pm to make sure i didn't miss it hahahhaa
and DAVE got a shot of it and tomorrow i'll download it and see how it posts here
Took Marley out for a walk just after 9 PM. Clear skies allowed us to see it very clearly. At the time it had a orangeish hue to it. Pretty cool.
Unfortunately, the lack of clouds allows what little heat there is to escape. Temps hovered near zero at that time. When I got up this morning for Marley's walk at 4:45 am, I turned on the TV to see how cold it was.....MINUS 17 Yikes!!! Marley must have sensed it because he did his business quicker than he ever has and we were back in real quick, which was fine with me!! :lol: :lol:
I'm so bummed!! It was overcast, so I couldn't see much. I was REALLY looking forward to seeing Saturn right next to it during the moments of totality....they said that with a good telescope (which I don't have ) one would be able to make out its rings! I was going to try with my binoculars, but the sky wasn't cooperating. Massive bummer. :evil: