Lucky you and I LOVE that dog!
was venus in blue jeans? oh what a dog...marvelous...which way america which way venus, which way love---have you read s hazzard's novel Transit of Venus??? now why don't you tell us (me)what you thought of all this venusian celebration....anythang? nothing? Please....i loved it and missed it; went to bed early. can I catch it on re runs and various cached files and youtube? even if I do, nothing will be as good as that dog--whose name is prolly Jupiter....
Wow. Makes you want to start carrying a hydrogen filter around. What a fantastic moment to experience. I'm truly grateful you shared it with us.
Hi Mary Ann!Anon, I haven't read Shirley Hazzard's book. Do you think I'd like it? I liked seeing Venus against the sun at the very time it was moving across the sun. (Rather than seeing it online after the fact.) It's exciting when so many people are watching it at the same time. The two guys who had the telescope had traveled here all the way from Virginia Beach on Amtrak in order to find a place to set up and watch it. They were so excited and happy, and dying to show everyone who walked by. I know. That dog was so funny. Boswell was his name, but it shoulda been Jupiter.Booda, thanks for your nice message.
So YOU were that little dark spot on the sun.
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