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Old 11-15-2002, 09:25 AM   #15
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Is it just me

Is it just me ... or do others get nervous when Morgan starts talking about showers and moons.

I mean, I really am not interest in seeing any moons when Morgan showers ... or am I misunderstanding what he's talking about?
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Old 11-15-2002, 09:31 AM   #16
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Is it just me ... or do others get nervous when Morgan starts talking about showers and moons.

I mean, I really am not interest in seeing any moons when Morgan showers ... or am I misunderstanding what he's talking about?
C'mon Charles, I wangled us both a (tacit) invitation to camp at Jana's house. :banana

You don't have to worry about a moon; I never shower when camping (see my previous post). :sick
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Old 11-15-2002, 10:51 AM   #17
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Well that is not exactly true Morgan. The moon part I don't know about the camping part, you got ask Tom.

The kids know if the weather is pretty and we don't know your coming when you hit the drive you honk. Tom is Choctaw and believes in running around in his native attire, which he says is anaturel. I do NOT join in. That's one of the reasons we live in the boonies. We want Tom happy.
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Old 11-16-2002, 03:37 AM   #18
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There is a skymap for Monday night at:

http://www.spaceweather.com/

Leo rise in the southeast and that's where the meteors will appear to originate.
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Old 11-16-2002, 03:46 AM   #19
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Well that is not exactly true Morgan. The moon part I don't know about the camping part, you got ask Tom.

The kids know if the weather is pretty and we don't know your coming when you hit the drive you honk. Tom is Choctaw and believes in running around in his native attire, which he says is anaturel. I do NOT join in. That's one of the reasons we live in the boonies. We want Tom happy.
Jana, I'd never just drop in, not even on my kids. :nope Well, maybe on Charles. I want to see if there really is a Pam. :E :E

Does Tom come from the south, near Hugo? I've seen nekkid Choctaws up there many times. :red
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Old 11-16-2002, 01:27 PM   #20
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Droping in is OK, just be prepaired. But now it's safe, in the winter the attire changes to more warm wear.
I guess my Tom says ok, because I started out with the rendition of the topics of the day (which I do everyday as he will not get close to the computer) I said" morgan asked'Do you have a trailer pad with hookups? '" and He (my Tom) startes listing the RV plug, water, etc. we have. He didn't go and put up a locked gate.

did that make since?

We are getting prepaired for the show Tuesday morning. Thanks for bringing it up.
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* * * * * * Droping in is OK, just be prepaired. *But now it's safe, in the winter the attire changes to more warm wear. *
I guess my Tom says ok, because I started out with the rendition of the topics of the day (which I do everyday as he will not get close to the computer) *I said" morgan asked'Do you have a trailer pad with hookups? '" and He (my Tom) startes listing the RV plug, water, etc. we have. *He didn't go and put up a locked gate.
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did that make since?

We are getting prepaired for the show Tuesday morning. *Thanks for bringing it up. *
Yes, JJ, that made sense. :)

I hope you have clear skies for viewing. :wave

In another post somewhere, you mentioned language class. Are you studying Lenape?
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"Are you studying Lenape?"
yep :yep well, really I'm teaching it, but learning it too. I start out taking the class, but didn't learn enough so figured the best way was to help. Got carried away as usual. Just finished a college class on lesson planning. Also took Choctaw. fun stuff. and I hated English in school. go figuer.
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Old 11-19-2002, 05:03 AM   #23
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Well, that was a disapointment. My nose got cold and so did my face. I saw maybe a dozen in an hour. froze even with two blankets. I'm am not a star gazer fo sure. Hope the rest of you had better luck.
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Old 11-19-2002, 05:56 AM   #24
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Boo, hiss...we had too many clouds this morning to see anything...
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With the full moon, the viewing wasn't ideal anywhere.

I drove far out in the desert away from the lights. I probably saw 200 or so between 03:00 and 04:00 MST. It wasn't anywhere near as good as last year's Leonid Meteor Shower.

I saw one that came right toward me and exploded, awesome.

JJ, did you remember to wear your shower cap?
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Well, no!! Duh? was that my problem? no shower cap. If that had kept my nose warm, I'd of worn two.
I saw mine dust/stars between 3:30 and 4:00. probly left just before all the good stuff, but I didn't want p-numonia. Tried to sit again at about 4:15, but had lost the desire. who cares, i'm cold additude appeared. Sounds like yours was worth the trip. I liked they way one would go down then the next would go up, never know what they were going to do where.
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Old 11-19-2002, 05:21 PM   #27
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The peak there was at 02:30, maybe you got out a little too late.

Sorry it was cold for your nose, should have worn your balaclava. :winter
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