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The Eclipse Bullseye

We left Victor, Idaho the morning of July 7, crossed the pass back into Wyoming, retraced our steps through Jackson, and got to see the Tetons in morning light (nice!). When we turned onto US 26, we where driving “new road” for us. This is something I like to keep mental track of. Whenever we take a road trip, we like to go to new (to us) places and take roads we have not traveled. This is often not possible, but when it is, we do it. For the rest of today, we drove new road. Now I know that Wyoming is sparsely populated and we got to see that first hand. For 250 miles the population of all the towns we drove through may have added up to 25,000. It was a wonderful landscape. It gradually shifted from the greener Teton area to the browner central Wyoming area, which reminded us of canyon country in southern Utah.

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Wherever we stopped, the same three groups of people seemed to know about the eclipse: astronomers and astronomy enthusiasts, governmental agencies and the hospitality industry,  in particular those who schedule reservations in motels. In Riverton, for example, there had been a meeting of interested agencies in anticipation of the eclipse. They felt prepared until I informed them that they may have more people on eclipse day than they expect. I spoke with a front desk person at the Holiday Inn there and she knew about the eclipse but could not check reservations for eclipse day, since the system only goes out one year before a given date. She did tell me that they have no rooms available for eclipse weekend. I asked how could that be and she said that the sales department can create ‘events,’ in which large blocks of rooms can be reserved years in advance. This I was not aware of or if I had been at one time, had forgotten. So an individual who wants to reserve a room way in advance, can’t do it, but a tour company can reserve the entire motel years in advance. Good to know.

We arrived in Casper and found our site at the Fort Caspar RV Park after 5 PM. We scouted the area, found the Chamber of Commerce and discovered a planetarium, both closed for the day. We found an open book store, Wind City Books, and they decided to buy several copies of my book to sell. I also learned from the RV park manager that Casper has been told that it and its environs is the best location in the country for viewing the eclipse, meaning it has the highest likelihood of clear skies at the time of the eclipse. The reason for this label is that the umbrella organization for most all the astronomy clubs in the USA , the Astronomical League, has scheduled its annual meeting, known as AstroCon, for 2017, during eclipse week and has booked 2 of the major hotels and many venues for events that week. Casper was chosen because of its high probability of clear skies. Now this may be true, but on eclipse day, you don’t get climate; you get weather.

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FYI, one of the considerations when choosing a viewing site, is having a clear view of the horizon. Around Casper there are many accessible mountains that are a thousand feet or more higher than the surrounding plains. These would make great locations for viewing the oncoming shadow of the moon as totality begins.

Scalped?

On Friday morning, July 8, we headed into town to visit the planetarium. It is owned by the school district and is open year round, giving shows and camps in the summertime. We met the director, Michele Wistisen. We had a great time commiserating about the eclipse. She told me that her job for the next year is to educate the local people about the eclipse, get them excited about it, and make sure they know how to view it safely and with understanding. On that we agree. She feels she has a supporting role with the Astronomical League and will work with them in the days prior to eclipse day. However, the planetarium will be closed ON eclipse day, so that the employees can go view the eclipse wherever they wish. The duration of totality in Casper is 2 minutes and 26 seconds. She also mentioned that motel rooms are fully booked. In fact, she has heard of rooms already being scalped for $750 per night!

The Visitor Center/Chamber of Commerce directed me to the Casper Area Convention and Visitor Bureau. There we met Anna Wilcox, recently hired as the Executive Director of Eclipse Casper or the Wyoming Eclipse Festival. This is the first person I have met hired to deal with eclipse matters exclusively. We had a great talk and I came away with the sense that the Casper community, if not now, will be well versed in solar eclipse matters in due time. I wish them well in their efforts.

The population of Casper area is about 80,000. They are anticipating that to double for the eclipse to about 150,000 to 160,000. Since you can’t sell tickets to the eclipse, nobody knows the exact number and maybe never will, but it is the best guess they currently have.

And if you ever decide to visit Casper, you should visit Taubert’s for the finest in western wear, including boots. Here is just a sample of their offerings. They also carry used lassos for $9.50!

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In yesterday’s entry I failed to mention the situation at the campground where we are staying, regarding the eclipse. Teton Valley RV Park is closed 6 months of the year. They typically open in May. The owner begins taking reservations for sites and cabins for that year’s season sometime in March. He has gotten tons of calls wanting to make reservations for the eclipse, but he is sticking with his timetable and will not take reservations for 2017 until March. FYI.

This morning we headed to Wyoming. We had to cross a pass between Victor and Jackson that has a few miles of 10% grade. Also, no trucks over 60,000 pounds gross vehicle weight are allowed on that stretch of road. Period.

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The Tetons and Jackson Hole is a tourist area. They have a lot of skiing,  snowboarding and other winter sports and thousands of people in the summer. I spoke with the Chamber of Commerce and they were in the process of updating their ‘pillow count’ of how many people the area can have stay overnight, but it wasn’t ready. They did say that the area has 5500 to 6000 motel rooms. For more information they directed me to Samuel Singer, an astronomer in the area who does a lot of outreach activities. I called and talked to him for several minutes. He is the founder of Wyoming Stargazing, an organization whose mission is “to educate and inspire our community through Wyoming’s extraordinary skies.” They do this through public observing session (sidewalk astronomy) and using a portable planetarium to bring the night sky to the public. I would call him a kindred spirit.

Regarding the eclipse, there was a recent development. Last week there was a two day workshop where 37 representatives from stakeholder agencies and organizations met to discuss how to deal with the eclipse. The leader of the meeting was the Teton County Emergency Management Coordinator. Participants discussed preparing for a wide-range of potential impacts from an influx of umbraphiles on the valley, including: traffic jams; during-event emergencies, such as fires and accidents; lodging shortages; infrastructure requirements; public information needs and additional public safety staffing. They had put out a Media Release just the day before. So my feeling is that the area is at least aware of the problems and is attempting to address some of the issues surrounding the eclipse.

Grand Teton National Park is not going to great lengths for the eclipse. According to a ranger at the visitor center, they are used to dealing with large crowds seasonally and will bring on some extra staff but not much beyond that. I hope that is enough.

I have to include a picture of the Tetons.

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Teton Valley

After packing, and hitching up the camper this morning, we headed into Rexburg and the area Chamber of Commerce. I try to stop at these places and ask about local awareness of the eclipse and plans being made. Rexburg is blessed to have a major university in town, Brigham Young University – Idaho. The town is looking to the University to provide information and activities. There is talk of making the football stadium available for people to set up and view the eclipse. Other venues are possible as well. The majority of motels in town are fully booked for the eclipse.

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We then left Rexburg and headed east toward the Teton Valley. Along the way we made a few stops. We almost passed a historical marker for the Teton Dam. I remember a dam collapsing many years ago and wanted to check it out. I was in for a sobering experience. The dam site was 1.5 miles off the main road and we almost turned around when we saw a sign that said “Dead End.” But I got out and walked to a fence and saw the remnant of the dam. As I looked at it, another car came up and 4 people got out. It turned out to be two older people and two younger. The older ones said they lived through the collapse of the dam in 1976. It destroyed their home fifteen miles down river. They rebuilt and have lived in it since.

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At the overlook of the Teton Dam collapse with the couple who lived through it.

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This hill is all that is left of a great dam that was oriented left to right. The left half gave way and failed spectacularly. The resulting flood covered land 20 miles away up to 9 feet. The nice slice on the right side of the hill pictured was made by the engineers to try to figure out why the dam failed.

Meeting living survivors of this tragedy was sobering, indeed. They were sweet people and spoke freely of the event. I think they said only 2  or 3 people died in this collapse. If it had happened at night, that would likely have been much higher.

While on the road, I received a phone call from a ranger at Craters of the Moon National Monument. I had called and left a message asking about their plans for the eclipse. Now only a tiny part of that park is inside the path and it does not reach the center line, but I thought there might still be some interest in having an eclipse event there. He said that they are working with the Idaho Falls Astronomy Club on setting up an eclipse viewing station at the visitor’s center. There are no other concrete plans at this time.

Teton Valley

We headed east again and made it to Tetonia, where we stopped and talked to the owner of Teton Peaks Lodge & RV. He said that he had been fully booked for eclipse weekend until a group with 7 rooms recently cancelled. He is not concerned about filling those rooms, since he has been getting calls regularly. He has a pavilion for day use that has been reserved by a group of Dutchmen. He was happy to have the information I gave him about the circumstances of the eclipse at his location.

Next stop was Driggs and the Super 8 Motel. Again, all booked for the eclipse, this one by a group from Japan. The Best Western is also booked and both have waiting lists. The Driggs Chamber of Commerce was very interested in my book since they are putting an action team together and want education to play a big role. They bought a copy of my book and said they would stay in touch. Across the street was the Pines Hotel with just nine rooms. Again, already booked but this time by a local family renting it for a family reunion. What a clever idea: share this once in a lifetime event with your loved ones.

Our last stop for the day was the Teton Valley Motel in Victor, ID. The front desk person had not heard about the eclipse, but when I asked if she could check reservations for August 21, 2017, she found the motel mostly booked, to a wedding party! How cool is that: to be married under the totally eclipsed sun with 2 diamond rings bracketing totality.

Everyone I talk to gets excited about the eclipse. I am loving this.

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Arco – A Little Bit of History

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Have you ever heard of Arco or the Idaho National Laboratory or EBR 1? Before this trip, neither had I. In this part of the country, a town of 1,000 is a sizable place. Arco is in that neighborhood and is an active place. The RV Park where we stayed has already taken some reservations for next year’s solar eclipse.

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It also hosted a contingent of NASA scientists for most of the month of June. They were using Arco as a staging point for research at the Craters of the Moon National Monument. This is part of the effort to travel to Mars and they use the terrain at Craters to simulate the real thing.

Arco’s main claim to fame is that it was the first town powered by atomic power.

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Several businesses use the atomic motif. We did not partake.

East of town is the Idaho National Laboratory, nearly 200 square miles of scrub and desert where the main topics of research are nuclear power and cyber-security. There are 9,000 employees there, yet I had never heard of it. On the grounds of the INL is a museum dedicated to the first atomic reactor to generate power for a peaceful purpose. We stopped and took a one hour tour. It was full of history and science co-mingled. I loved it.

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This may be the coolest photo I have ever taken. The station in the museum dealing with spent nuclear fuel has a case where spent rods and materials could be handled by remote arms. To shield the operator, the walls were over a foot thick and the class was over 30 sheets of lead glass. As a result, light from the interior is dimmed. But when a light is shone from the outside, each layer reflects a bit of the beam. The photo shows a dot for each layer.

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Barn Swallow with a nest nearby.

And, the best part, the Museum and the INL is in the path of totality. Duration is 1 minute 14 seconds at the museum.

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Central Idaho

The Lost River Valley

What’s there to do in Central Idaho? Well, when it comes to the eclipse path, central Idaho is a happening place. This map will show you the loop we drove checking out the region.

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We left our campsite in Arco and headed northwest on route 93, headed for Challis, ID. This area is known as the Lost River region. There is a long, wide valley with farmland and mountains galore. The king of transportation here is the 4 wheel ATV. Trails are everywhere along with people using them. This entire stretch of highway is in the path of the eclipse.

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Between Moore and Mackay we stopped at the Moose Crossing RV Park and spoke with the owner. The park is already taken reservations for the eclipse but still has room. They mentioned a Japanese gentleman coming and taking pictures of the area with a view to possibly reserving the entire campground.

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Further up the road in Mackay, we stopped at a Farmer’s Market where I spoke to a gentleman running for County Commissioner. He was interested in the information I had about estimated crowds for eclipse day in other locations and the implications it had for his community.

In Challis, one motel was already fully booked by a group from Japan (I’m unsure if it is the same group as looked at Moose Crossing RV Park).

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Sights along the Lost River Valley.

The Sawtooth Mountains and Salmon River

From Challis we headed southwest on route 75 toward Stanley and Sun Valley. This is the region of the Sawtooth Mountains and the Salmon River. Beautiful country. It is both rugged and remote.

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Hot water coming right out of the hillside running down to the cold Salmon River results in informal spas made by locals so they can enjoy relaxing in the warm water.

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This is the museum at Stanley. The town is delightful and is on the center line of the eclipse but is fully booked for that date, August 21, 2017.

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The Sawtooth Mountains from Stanley.

The Salmon River has areas known as dispersed camping up and down its length. It provides minimal resources but is an option many will consider. I suspect that thousands of people will try to enter the area to experience the eclipse in a very special setting. Unfortunately, the roads are narrow and winding and the area is poorly prepared to handle extra people. Please do your research when planning to view the eclipse. You are planning to see it, right?

We got back to our campsite and called it a day. Next post is about Arco and the surrounding area.

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Oregon – Eastern Edge

We left Baker City this morning and travelled I-84 east, headed to Arco, ID. An hour into our drive, we pulled over at a rest area at exit 335 of that highway. That rest area is in the path of totality of the August 21, 2017 total solar eclipse. There are many like it across the country. When I wrote my book, Go See The Eclipse And take A Kid With You, I realized that some people who do not live in the path will find out at the last minute that they can go. An Interstate highway rest area that is in the path of totality makes for a convenient target to drive to. They usually have rest rooms and some have food and beverages. Check out this video of the place.

While at the rest stop I talked to the manager. He had heard about the eclipse and the state DOT was working on a plan to help manage the crowds expected that day but he had no hard numbers and welcomed the information I could give him.

We left the rest area and almost immediately stopped again, at Farewell bend State Park. We talked to a ranger and had a terrific time. From her perspective, they were not going to do anything special to prepare for the eclipse. She said they have an annual biker event that overflows the park, so they could probably deal with the eclipse crowd. I mentioned that it would be really cool to bring a boat on eclipse day and view it from the water. She went further and offered this- bring your boat, park the trailer overnight (allowed) and camp up river, viewing the eclipse the next morning. And she said, “Put that in your blog.” So I did.

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Near our destination, Arco, we passed Craters of the Moon National Monument. An otherworldly landscape, for sure. More on that later.

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Some of the cinder landscape at Craters of the Moon NM.

By the way, the owner of the RV park in Arco has already taken some reservations for next year’s eclipse.

 

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We spent two nights at the Silver Spur RV Park in Silverton, Oregon. This was a very nice park and one that we would come back to for a vacation. After leaving there, I stopped and spoke with people about the eclipse in Sisters, Redmond, Madras, and John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, all places within the path of the eclipse.

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In Sisters, many rooms have been reserved already, although not all. They are on the edge of the path so they don’t think that they will have much problem with crowds. I have news for them. I think they will have a huge problem with crowds and traffic. One of the main concerns they did express concerns fires. Late August is usually a high fire hazard time and a blaze in the eclipse path could have a dramatic impact on the eclipse and viewing the eclipse. Another concern is for hikers. The town is very busy anyway, in late August, and adding more hikers and others will likely put an even greater load on first responders, in cases of emergency.

In Redmond, the attitude of the Chamber of Commerce, on this day, was almost lackadaisical. They know the eclipse is coming but think they will not be subject to the same stress as the next community. Again, I think they are mistaken.

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Madras is the center of this particular storm, the bulls-eye of the target, the one taking the brunt of the load. In a buy accutane india I mentioned that I heard from the Newport, OR Chamber of Commerce that Madras was not seeking any more publicity for the solar eclipse. Today I verified that that is true. Check the video for my reaction immediately after speaking with them. The infrastructure of the hospitality industry there will be severely tested during this eclipse.

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John Day Fossil Beds National Monument does not allow camping of any kind in the monument land. There are some campgrounds surrounding the area, but it is, to say the least, a remote area. Traveling there during the eclipse will likely be difficult, especially if the expected numbers of people materializes. Their biggest concern expressed was for managing the crowds of people that will be there. I was a little taken aback when they said they were expecting 65,000 people for eclipse day. They do not have the manpower to deal with that many people. They are going to ask for extra rangers, police, and any help they can get.

I’ve said it before, this eclipse will be big. Many people are taking that fact to heart but others are only now learning of the eclipse. In any event, you now know how big it will be. Please make your plans and reservations soon to go see the eclipse. And take a kid with you.

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Now that I have your attention…The Grand Canyon Star Party is an excellent example of what can be done with/by a club, a group of individuals with at least one common interest. There was a time when clubs abounded in America, but not so much anymore. The reasons are many, but I digress. Astronomy clubs are alive and active in almost every large and medium sized city in the USA. The common interest is the sky, specifically, the night sky. Now why would that be a topic of interest for so many? There are many reasons but I would like to focus on one: perspective.

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Frankly, there only a handful of night sky objects that are visually impressive, in and of themselves. The planet Saturn with its beautiful ring system is, perhaps, the highest on most people’s list of those impressive objects. So, if not visually impressive, what makes these objects so interesting? The facts behind them. For instance, when we look at planets and combine that with the fact that they are millions of miles away from us, that is impressive!. I find it hard to fully comprehend a million anything, let alone miles. And when we look at stars, clusters and galaxies, we talk about distances a million times or more greater than the planets. To be able to look through a telescope eyepiece and realize that you are looking at a collection of stars that is 10,000 light years away (a light year being 6 and a quarter trillion miles) is truly a mind blowing experience.

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Many club members develop such an interest in the common topic, that they want to share it with others, encouraging them to join, if interested. Astronomy clubs are no different. Many clubs that I know of are involved in outreach. The fact is, that astronomy, the heavens, and deep space, interests a lot of people and club members like to nurture that interest. My own club in Florida has monthly Sidewalk Astronomy events where members bring telescopes to a site accessible to the general public, set them up and invite people to take a look at these deep sky wonders, many of which can only be seen through a telescope. Many towns and cities have so many lights that you can see only a few stars with the naked eye. These sidewalk events make the sky more accessible.

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Many National Parks have dark skies, Grand Canyon among them. For the past 26 years the park has sponsored a week long Star Party to make the night time sky accessible to park visitors. This week Astronomy club members are volunteering their telescopes and time to let people get a view of the heavens that they could otherwise see only in pictures. Having those pictures available is a good thing and I regularly look at them. But there is something about looking through a telescope and realizing these things are not just images, but actual objects in the sky. One of the perks of volunteering my telescope is the joy and excitement of hearing the visitors express their surprise and amazement at seeing something for the first time. Hearing those cheerful sounds is like feeding a fire inside me. I want to share it more.

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So I want to salute the many Astronomy Clubs nation and worldwide that encourage understanding of the heavens and to the National Parks who have recognized that “half the park is after dark” and support those efforts to inform the public about our amazing universe.

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On our trip to the Grand Canyon, the first leg of our Eclipse Promotional Tour, we spent two nights at Flagstaff. I visited Lowell Observatory during the day and then again in the evening.

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First and foremost, I was impressed with the quality of the staff there. During the day I interacted with the front desk receptionist and a telescope operator leading the tour I took. At night I met and had exchanges with several docents and volunteers, as well as other visitors. For me it was a bit different being on the visitor side of things. But then again, I had no responsibility for the event.

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The grounds, the staff and the equipment were all top notch. It is a research institute, although a small one. It has a great history, being founded in the 1890s by Percival Lowell. (I must admit that the commonality of name gives me a great affinity for the place to begin with.) The highlight of the daytime tour was the 40 minutes we spent in the original dome with the Clark 24″ refractor telescope. We had visited last year, but the telescope was being refurbished and not available for guests. This year it was fully restored to its original shine, if not color. (In the restoration they had to remove 600 pounds of lead based paint.)  The lens was cleaned and polished and the gear box on the mount was taken apart, cleaned, restored, replaced where needed, and reassembled to operate more smoothly than it had for decades. This telescope was retired from research in the 1980s and is now dedicated to outreach and education, a noble endeavor.

Since the observatory was established before the automobile, all the materials had to be hauled in by horse train. The dome itself was created from local pine trees and has a lovely structure and patina. The dome rotates on automobile tires, which, while not original, have been in use nearly 70 years. The tour guide commented that this is the only observatory that has to change a flat tire.

In the evening, there were at least 6 telescopes available for visitors to look through. The staff were friendly, knowledgeable, and helpful. If I were a young person interested in astronomy, this is a great job to get into the field.

I have seen three Clark refractors but this was the first one I got to look through. Very nice. I highly recommend a visit to this observatory if your are ever in or near Flagstaff, Arizona. If time permits, go both during the day and return for evening viewing.