moderated Re: Time to enjoy astronomy and nature
Love this advice! I went for a walk through the hardwood forrest on my Farm this morning at dawn. It was beautiful especially with all the tweedle birds singing. The morel mushrooms should be coming up soon (yum!). And, hopefully, we will get some clear skies soon (fingers crossed).
I learned the hard way a long time ago that the most important thing in life is not your wealth. It is, without question, your friends and family. Hang onto them tightly.
All the Best to all my Astro- Friends! You are in my thoughts and prayers.
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Thanks Marj Good advice.
Are you and Roland still in Hawaii ?
They were showing the immigration lines in Chicago this morning on the news. The wait is several hours long. Fortunately, when you come home you will not have to go through immigration, but the airport will likely be a circus. On the upside, I expect that after the initial rush of people trying to get into the country from the EU, things will slow down a lot. Your biggest risk will be that they cancel your flight due to lack of travelers. I suppose if you are going to get stuck somewhere I can't think of a better place than Hale Lalani Hoku.
I count myself very lucky. I was scheduled to fly home from Germany on Saturday, but decided on Wednesday to fly home a day early. Luckily I did this a few hours before they announced the travel ban, and I got home OK with surprisingly little problems. I am currently in self-quarantine for 2 weeks.
Daleen is planning to ship my upgraded 180 EDT on Monday. If the weather cooperates I hope to spend some time outside with my scope during my quarantine.