We witnessed the total solar eclipse of August 21, 2017, from Rexburg, Idaho. It was worth the miserable drive home!
Quick summary, with some drone footage, GoPro time-lapse, and photos.
Just the time-lapse of the front yard getting dark and light again –
Lining up South 2nd East in Rexburg
Los Angeles Astronomical Society
viewing from the roof
Drink the Eclipse
Sunset at Vendor Village
at Vendor Village
Enjoy the Eclipse. Now go home.
Pup tents and RVs
Exciting times! After about 14 months of beekeeping, we harvested our first frame of honey. It produced about a quart. I’m not sure what to expect for the full season, but it should be somewhere around 10 quarts.
I decided to document the whole process because it’s the sort of thing I would have appreciated knowing going into it. Here’s the 10-minute video:
Amazon links to some of the supplies we used:
And a few photos –
First jar of honey
First honey harvest
Some slow-motion footage of the bees in the backyard. Note the chicken tripping in the background right at the start.
Sledding on the local “Death Hill” on News Years Day (observed).
Videos and photos of our somewhat-annual trip to Zion National Park – one of the prettiest places on earth.
German tourist refused to leave the frame