Tell Us Your Solar Eclipse Story

Published by July 20, 2017 10:53 am Leave your thoughts

Hey! Are you journeying south to see the total solar eclipse in August?

It’s the first time America will experience a total solar eclipse since 1918. However, for those living on the east coast, the path of totality will be limited to parts of Kentucky, Tennessee, and South Carolina.

We’re interesting in hearing your story–the reason why you plan on packing up your car to witness this unique moment.

What are your plans? Email Bret Jaspers at bjaspers@wskg.org.

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