Saturday, March 19, 2011
There were seven cars at Cahoon Hollow this evening, owned by Wellfleetians, eager to experience the moonrise. Sven and I were listening to some fabulous guitar playing on NPR when, off in the distance, I spotted lights on the horizon. From a ship perhaps? Then I detected what seemed to be a mast, lit up. But, no. It was way too big to be a mast. Slowly, the moon emerged from low clouds, tangerine in color. Check it out!
Posted by Alexandra Grabbe at 7:33 PM
Super Moon Rises Over Cahoon Hollow