Glenn Chaple's observing basics: Off to Vermont
July 2006: Stellafane's rich history sets it apart from other astronomy conventions.
July 1, 2006
|Let's see, do I have my binoculars? |
Check. Telescope? Check. Tent? Check. Sleeping bag? Check. Teddy bear? Now, where the heck did I put my … Oh, hi! I'm just getting ready for my pilgrimage to Breezy Hill in rural Vermont for this year's Stellafane Convention.
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