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Solar Eclipse Trip 1 - Move on to Solar Eclipse Trip 2    See Our 2 Minute Video
In 2013, when I learned that Hopkinsville, Kentucky would experience the longest totality of the 2017 solar eclipse, I booked a room right away. Being a science/astronomy buff, I never dreamed I would have the opportunity to experience the totality of a solar eclipse. For 2 minutes 41 seconds it turned night, stars came out and the sun's corona was visible. It was spectacular, an experience none of us will ever forget! On April 8, 2024, another solar eclipse will cross from Texas to Maine. We, along with Ryan's family and Alan, plan to be in upstate Vermont for the 3 minutes 32 seconds of totality.

1 & 2. Hopkinsville hosted a festival to celebrate the longest totality of the 2017 Solar Eclipse.

1 & 2. We beat the crowds this day, but the night before there were thousands of people on the streets!

1 & 2. Reece & Amelia enjoyed a few minutes of bungee jumping!

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