Today, we were lucky enough to observe a partial solar eclipse from our front yard. New Hampshire is pretty far from the line of totality (the line passed from Oregon to South Carolina) but we were able to observe the 60% occlusion using our pinhole camera.
According to NASA, the eclipse started at 1:36 PM, reached its maximum at 2:43 PM, and ended around 3:55 PM. The boys had Black & White cookies to celebrate the occasion.
We quickly found the Redumption cache, but the other two eluded us. Our low-accuracy iPhone only got us to the general area, and we’re not very practiced at finding caches. But we all had fun exploring some local features, including Plummer’s Ledge.