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Feb 16 2006 06:35 AM | Jay_Reynolds_Freeman in Travels
In June, 1999, I had an unusual opportunity to combine a short trip to an area interesting in its own right, with a hobby activity of the kind about which I am most manic: The Sacramento Valley Astronomical Society had invited some of us San Francisco Bay area
Feb 16 2006 06:33 AM | Jay_Reynolds_Freeman in Travels
I enjoyed my visit to the Sacramento Valley Astronomical Society's Sierra Nevada site in June so much that I joined, so I could go back. On Saturday, July 10, I loaded Harvey, the Celestron 14, into my Geo Metro, and set off
Feb 16 2006 06:10 AM | Jay_Reynolds_Freeman in Travels
On 21 and 22 August, 1998, I took Harvey, my white Celestron 14, to Fremont Peak State Park, near San Juan Bautista, California. We had quite dark sky, though the fog below did not get dense till rather late on the second night.