When The Lights Go Out

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

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When the recent Solar Eclipse passed across the United States, our daughter's family found the perfect spot to view it. They traveled to vacation in Yellowstone National Park. Where they stayed, there were no street lights, no cell phone towers, no electricity. The stars at night shone brilliantly. The daytime total eclipse was astonishing amidst beautiful mountain scenery, where the deer and antelope play, and buffalo roam; a beautiful world.

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