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A blue moon

Postby HBS Guy » 02 Feb 2018, 08:00

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Re: A blue moon

Postby mothra » 02 Feb 2018, 10:15

Sat on the beach and watched it. Was windy but awesome.

Buggered if i know where they get the "once in 150 year" thing from though. There was a cheesy poof in the sky about 15 years ago.
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Re: A blue moon

Postby Lefty » 02 Feb 2018, 11:44

I missed it - was crook with a tummy bug and flaked out by about 8:00 that night. I did see a bit of it through the trees just on dark, bit bigger and brighter andd yellower than a normal moonrise.
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Re: A blue moon

Postby pinkeye » 02 Feb 2018, 22:04

Lefty wrote:I missed it - was crook with a tummy bug and flaked out by about 8:00 that night. I did see a bit of it through the trees just on dark, bit bigger and brighter andd yellower than a normal moonrise.



wELL WHAT A BUMMER. hERE IN seq WE HAD A LOW GREY FELT CLOUD COVER. nOT EVEN A GLOW TO SEE WHERE THE mOON MIGHT BE. :sad sIGH.
I did look. Once in a lifetime celestial occurence, and . FFS in this dry summer, we had CLOUD COVER.!!
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Re: A blue moon

Postby Aussie » 02 Feb 2018, 22:15

pinkeye wrote:
Lefty wrote:I missed it - was crook with a tummy bug and flaked out by about 8:00 that night. I did see a bit of it through the trees just on dark, bit bigger and brighter andd yellower than a normal moonrise.



wELL WHAT A BUMMER. hERE IN seq WE HAD A LOW GREY FELT CLOUD COVER. nOT EVEN A GLOW TO SEE WHERE THE mOON MIGHT BE. :sad sIGH.
I did look. Once in a lifetime celestial occurence, and . FFS in this dry summer, we had CLOUD COVER.!!


Me too, but.....I'm not fussed about one little bit.
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Re: A blue moon

Postby pinkeye » 02 Feb 2018, 22:28

Aussie wrote:
pinkeye wrote:
Lefty wrote:I missed it - was crook with a tummy bug and flaked out by about 8:00 that night. I did see a bit of it through the trees just on dark, bit bigger and brighter andd yellower than a normal moonrise.



wELL WHAT A BUMMER. hERE IN seq WE HAD A LOW GREY FELT CLOUD COVER. nOT EVEN A GLOW TO SEE WHERE THE mOON MIGHT BE. :sad sIGH.
I did look. Once in a lifetime celestial occurence, and . FFS in this dry summer, we had CLOUD COVER.!!


Me too, but.....I'm not fussed about one little bit.

Well I would have liked to see it. I like all new, and all, never to be seen again phenomena.

I JUST LIKE SEEING THINGS I've NEVER SEEN BEFORE. :)
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