Eclipse 2017!!

 

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The Eclipse! Wow! What a day. I had been looking forward to this for weeks; I had a bit of a hard time getting the special glasses, though. I thought I was ordering them in plenty of time, but even a month before, they were selling out FAST. I got mine from a telescope supply company, and dangitall, I had to buy a ten-pack because that was all they had. But I was able to share with friends who couldn’t score any, so that was nice.

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Jellybean was ready, too!

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Steve and I attended a viewing party at a friend’s workplace—-they brought in food and drinks and the event was on the flat-screen TV’s for us to follow when we weren’t running outside every few minutes.
I should point out that Steve just had cataract surgery on Wednesday.
So he made a box viewer!

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Steve is ready to go with his box viewer. It worked perfectly!

Steve got the instructions for his box solar viewer online. Here is a link to NASA’s page on how to make one. You won’t need it for a while, but it’s also good for regular solar viewing.

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Isn’t science beautiful??

 

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Slimy Adventures!

I rarely follow any sort of trend. My clothing should tell you that. But, on occasion something neat comes up that is so odd I have to try it. Well, right now all the kids are making slime, trading and selling it at school and making up new recipes all the time. So,I thought I would give it a try, I was so intrigued.

IT’S SO MUCH FUN!!!!

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This was my second try. Using the borax recipe, I kept ending up making a gel. It looks and feels really cool but it’s not quite slime.

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Today’s Infofunnies…

 

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EW!
Threes
In my case, they always do.
save your hearing
SAVE YOUR HEARING!I truly believe that listening to headphones turned way up when I was a teen made me as deaf as I am today.
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And have a great HumpDay, people!
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It’s kinda funny when you look back at the ancestral versions of the food we eat today and see how different it all looked when it was first cultivated.