A riskier (and sometimes more rewarding) solution is to find a free campsite. You can camp almost anywhere in US Forest Service or Bureau of Land Management property, including national forests. A great source for finding these hidden gem campsites is freecampsites.net. Just beware, as much of the information is crowdsourced and not always complete. And they're usually first come, first served, so it's wise to have a handful of prospects saved before you head out into the wilderness. Weather is the tricky part of planning a solar eclipse viewing far in advance. Cloud cover or rain are two things you do not want to happen during the eclipse.
There isn't much you can do to about planning for weather this far in advance, But what you can do is watch and track the weather and come up with a Plan B, such as a second viewing location, just in case things go sideways on the day of, For tracking weather, one of the most accurate and user-friendly platforms I've come across is Dark Sky, It produces hyperlocal weather down to a specific address, though it only forecasts the next seven days, Wunderground is a close second, giving more in-depth weather information and up to nine days into the future, You can also set smart forecasts, which will tell you haven iml case for apple iphone 7 plus - glossy lavender at a glance if the weather is ideal for your favorite activities (based on your own criteria, such as acceptable and ideal temperature, chance of precipitation percentages, humidity and much more)..
A young eclipse viewer in Weiser, Idaho. Prices for solar viewing equipment skyrocketed leading up to the actual eclipse. ISO-approved glasses were sold out in stores everywhere. I personally witnessed people on Facebook Marketplace attempting to sell flimsy, paper solar eclipse glasses for $25 and $30 a pair. And online, it proved difficult to find anything but bulk packages or overpriced five- or 10-packs. A five-pack of solar eclipse glasses on Amazon is still selling for just under $60 (about £45 or AU$75), nearly $12.00 (about £10 or AU$15) a pair. Back in June, the exact same five-pack on Amazon sold for just $6.50 (about £5 or AU$10), or $1.30 (about £1 or AU$2) each.
Set a price drop alert on Amazon, wait for the price of solar viewing glasses to come back down, buy a few pairs for haven iml case for apple iphone 7 plus - glossy lavender the family and store them in a safe place, On the other hand, seven years is quite a ways off, Maybe you're better off setting a reminder and buying them at a much later date, Just remember to buy them before prices start skyrocketing a month or two before the 2024 eclipse, If you missed this year's total solar eclipse, don't worry, You'll get another chance in 2024, But you better start planning now..
If you missed yesterday's total solar eclipse, fear not. While it was touted as a once in a lifetime event, it doesn't have to be. You just have to be willing to plan and travel to one a little further from you. On April 8, 2024, another total solar eclipse will travel from Mexico to Texas, through Ohio, New York, Vermont, Maine and parts of Canada. (And nine others will happen in the next 14 years.) Once again, people will lose their minds, price gouge solar eclipse glasses and crowd the highways.
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