We headed out bright and early on the 21st to find a good spot for the eclipse. Unfortunately, as we drove, we kept getting in to the pop up showers. We made it to a decent spot and found a church where we could park.
Make sure the angel’s eyes are protected.
Unfortunately, as we sat watching the beginning of the eclipse, a storm started coming in. We made a snap decision to load up and try to outrun it to see the total eclipse.
We didn’t make it to where there wasn’t cloud cover but we definitely got to see the effects of the eclipse. It was like night time for two minutes and then quickly changed to daylight again.
We were all amazed even if we couldn’t see the shadow bands or diamond ring from the eclipse. We’er anxiously awaiting and planning the next one in several years!
As we drove home and away from the storms, we realized that the eclipse wasn’t over. Mark pulled over at an exit and we hopped out to watch the last few minutes as the moon crossed in front of the sun.
What a great memorable experience for our crew!