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bobmoody
 Friday, May 11 2007 @ 07:02 pm EDT (Read 1648 times)  
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I hate that the clouds are moving in this evening. IT takes so much away from our observing at the Nature Center scheduled for this evening. I know that as the evening moves on the clouds and rain will likely slowly dissipate , but probably NOT in time to do much observing.

In case anyone does go to the Nature Center, I hope you are able to see and show something to anyone that might turn out for the event. As it is now, I can't justify that trip for only a partial chance at viewing. Good Luck to anyone who shows up!

Bob


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