Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Moon Day 2016

It's that time of year again.  Moon Day, July 20.  The anniversary of when man first walked on the moon.  It's a long way to travel to the moon.  We recently traveled a long way ourselves (though not as far as the moon).  We got back tonight from a nice trip to the Pacific Northwest.  We spent time in Washington, Oregon, and on the way back we spent some time in Idaho.
Jeremy reminded me as we were traveling from Idaho today that Idaho is home to Craters of the Moon National Monument (we didn't visit there but we did visit Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge in Utah on the way).
When we got home I made sure to get some pictures of the moon for this blog post.  It was cool behind the clouds tonight.  And it's pretty full so that makes it even cooler.
Happy celebrating.

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