Went out about 45 minutes early Tuesday morning, saw fifteen “objects” – shooting stars – in an hour and half, everything from one that made a clear, hard streak across a third of the sky to one that looked like a gray shadow. Fifteen sounds like a lot, but it’s only one every six minutes on average so there was a lot of standing around scanning, wondering if anything more was going to happen.

And while I was out the temperature dropped five degrees with the north wind.
Photo is from last Sunday after the Northeaster blew through. Uploaded at 1920 by 1200 pixels.

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