The Wahkiakum County Eagle - Established as The Skamokawa Eagle in 1891

The eclipse

 

August 24, 2017

Rick Nelson

As the Aug. 21 lunar eclipse progressed, Valerie Windsor relished the view through her eclipse glasses.

With clear skies overhead, Wahkiakum County residents were able to take in the solar eclipse that traveled across the county on Monday. Wahkiakum was not in the path of total eclipse, so a bit of the sun was visible over the moon.Carol Danker, Amy Gurley, Joan Mack and Valerie Windsor from First Interstate Bank took time out to view the eclipse. Cathlamet Pharmacy tried holding eclipse glasses over their cell phones to take photos. At one point, viewers on Main Street notices waves of light and shadow speeding across the pavement.

Rick Nelson

Wahkiakum was not in the path of total eclipse, so a bit of the sun was visible over the moon.

 

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