The first few minutes of a moon rise
are the most poetic!
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The moon’s steady ascent above the horizon is clear evidence of an endless cosmic cycle. From day to night, month to month, epoch to epoch – as our little planet world moves through space and time.
Camping with the Stars means going outside to experience the night as all the wild creatures of the earth do, or as closely as modern western society humans can. It is to step away from, and to go outside the world of people. It means to look up at the vast infinity above full of billions and billions of stars and feel humbled. It means to connect with the power of the infinite and transcend our daily, busy modern lives. It also means to stay up close and connected to the rhythms of the heavens and of the earth!
Remote camping under the full moon is a beautiful
experience not easily forgotten!
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With that said..
Beautifully articulated, Flex, nice going!!
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Thanks Tom, appreciate it! 🙂
Nicely done. I don’t know if you even read these but two nights ago my wife and I took our two person kayak out from 33rd St ramp in Marathon to watch the sunset. Unprepared, as we headed back to the ramp, we witnessed the full moon rising, very faintly at first as darkness slowly took over. It was magnificent to see the sun set and the full moon rise concurrently. Last August I witnessed this from a tall mountain top in Maine. Thank you for your posts. Mike
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That’s awesome Mike, glad you got to enjoy that moment on the water! 🙂