Monthly Archives: March 2007

>Raining on our Parade

>Norfolk Blogger thinks he can rain on our parade by pointing out that lunar eclipses happen really, really often. However, this is the first one we’ve enjoyed as a family and got excited about. It’s also supposed to be the … Continue reading

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>Totality

>Well it should be by now but there’s still a white edge to the moon. What’s strange is that we’re the only family out viewing this. Or maybe we’re strange………… Have just remembered I haven’t had any dinner. Lovely Oohla’s … Continue reading

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>The First Bit of Orange

>In amongst the pearly white of the little bit of moon still visible, there’s the shadow and a definite bit of orange round the edges. Daughter is out there with clothes, dressing gown, fleece and blanket. Husband still in t-shirt. … Continue reading

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>The moon is starting to disappear

>It looks so much better through the binoculars. The camera doesn’t pick up the half of it.

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>Darned technology

>It looks fab. But when we try to take a photo on full zoom – no luck, and we can’t find the shiny new camera we bought when we went to Mallorca at Christmas.

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>Climate Change action needed

>He says it’s ‘cos of global warming. I disagree. The front door is open and it’s bloomin’ (this is a family blog) freezin’

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>Mad Husband

>Can you believe it? It’s early March, after dark, and my husband is outside in his t-shirt looking at the eclipse. Not good.

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>Lunar Eclipse – Live

>Have gone to look for myself. It’s not cloud. It’s the start of the eclipse. Wow.

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>Lunar Eclipse Disaster

>I can’t believe how excited I am about the forthcoming lunar eclipse. Only half an hour to go. Typically, a cloud has just started to pass before the moon where we are…………………..

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>That Trident Vote

>I was absolutely heartsick when I heard the result of the Trident vote. Only 40 votes in it and I wasn’t there. If I had known the strength of feeling in the party at large was so close, I would … Continue reading

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