After I found out last week that Sunday’s solar eclipse would be visible from Montana, I was stoked. Even though I didn’t have any of the specialty equipment necessary for viewing the event directly, I really, really wanted to see — and photograph — the crescent-shaped shadows that were supposed to accompany the eclipse.
When it comes to astronomical events, it seems like I’m always a day late and a dollar short.
Over the years, I’ve missed comets, meteor showers and the Northern Lights, and although I recall seeing a shooting star once when I was a kid, I’m now fairly certain that it was actually just an airplane.
Even with all of the sun, flowers and barbecues that we’ve been enjoying thanks to the warm weather we’ve had in Missoula recently, it didn’t truly feel like summer until I picked up my first Big Sky Brewing Co.
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