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Next Week's Solar Eclipse Will Cost US Economy $700 Million

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Don't believe it. Just the hotel room rentals from all of the eclipse tards has got to make up half of that. And the fuel taxes collected for them all to get there...omg
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Next Week's Solar Eclipse Will Cost US Economy $700 Million

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Don't believe it. Just the hotel room rentals from all of the eclipse tards has got to make up half of that. And the fuel taxes collected for them all to get there...omg
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True that, good points!

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Next Week's Solar Eclipse Will Cost US Economy $700 Million

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Don't believe it. Just the hotel room rentals from all of the eclipse tards has got to make up half of that. And the fuel taxes collected for them all to get there...omg
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True that, good points!

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Hell, I bet the tax collected on JUST the glasses they've been hawking everywhere would make up the other half...not including the fuel tax...lol

And the meals, binocs, souvenirs, coffees, and beer...they're raking it in for this one...lmbo!

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Solar Eclipse 2017: US National Parks Expecting Gridlock on "Busiest Day in History"

The state of Wyoming is accustomed to visitors: it is home to the vast majority of Yellowstone National Park, the first in the world; Grand Tetons National Park; and ski resorts such as Jackson Hole.

But as Monday’s total solar eclipse approaches, the National Park Service says: “August 21 is anticipated to be the busiest day in the history of the park”.


[link to www.independent.co.uk]
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Ozzy will rock during the eclipse. Some say he’s ruining a near ‘religious experience’

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I know a couple of guys going to this. This is just outside Carbondale, IL - the epicenter I mentioned earlier where they will have the longest period of totality.
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Solar Eclipse 2017: US National Parks Expecting Gridlock on "Busiest Day in History"

The state of Wyoming is accustomed to visitors: it is home to the vast majority of Yellowstone National Park, the first in the world; Grand Tetons National Park; and ski resorts such as Jackson Hole.

But as Monday’s total solar eclipse approaches, the National Park Service says: “August 21 is anticipated to be the busiest day in the history of the park”.


[link to www.independent.co.uk]
 Quoting: KickinIt


I could never handle that traffic. I shared this on FB, because it's true lol.

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Now for some traffic doom...


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Solar Eclipse 2017: US National Parks Expecting Gridlock on "Busiest Day in History"

The state of Wyoming is accustomed to visitors: it is home to the vast majority of Yellowstone National Park, the first in the world; Grand Tetons National Park; and ski resorts such as Jackson Hole.

But as Monday’s total solar eclipse approaches, the National Park Service says: “August 21 is anticipated to be the busiest day in the history of the park”.


[link to www.independent.co.uk]
 Quoting: KickinIt


Local news reference to traffic. They drove from Denver to Ft Collins - about an hour drive typically. Today it took them 1 hour and 45 minutes.

They are putting emergency porta-potties up and down I-25, extra at rest stops as well as anywhere there is a turn out - "for those times you just gotta go", his words, not mine, lol

The sensors on I-25 at the border between CO and WY, 30,000 vehicles above normal on a holiday weekend, just since 5pm yesterday. LOL
I just heard thunder but with the way 2020 is going, it could be Godzilla coming
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Solar Eclipse 2017: US National Parks Expecting Gridlock on "Busiest Day in History"

The state of Wyoming is accustomed to visitors: it is home to the vast majority of Yellowstone National Park, the first in the world; Grand Tetons National Park; and ski resorts such as Jackson Hole.

But as Monday’s total solar eclipse approaches, the National Park Service says: “August 21 is anticipated to be the busiest day in the history of the park”.


[link to www.independent.co.uk]
 Quoting: KickinIt


I could never handle that traffic. I shared this on FB, because it's true lol.

[link to scontent.fbos1-1.fna.fbcdn.net (secure)]

Now for some traffic doom...


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I actually feel sorry for Oregon. All t hose Californians and Washingtonites (not a clue how to type that one, lol) heading for their state!!!!! Millions.

Wouldn't even think of trying to drive in that.
I just heard thunder but with the way 2020 is going, it could be Godzilla coming
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I am taking a bug-out-bag or two plus enough food, drinks, water, medications etc, for at least 2 days
I just heard thunder but with the way 2020 is going, it could be Godzilla coming
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Solar Eclipse 2017: US National Parks Expecting Gridlock on "Busiest Day in History"

The state of Wyoming is accustomed to visitors: it is home to the vast majority of Yellowstone National Park, the first in the world; Grand Tetons National Park; and ski resorts such as Jackson Hole.

But as Monday’s total solar eclipse approaches, the National Park Service says: “August 21 is anticipated to be the busiest day in the history of the park”.


[link to www.independent.co.uk]
 Quoting: KickinIt


I could never handle that traffic. I shared this on FB, because it's true lol.

[link to scontent.fbos1-1.fna.fbcdn.net (secure)]

Now for some traffic doom...

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haha, I do the same because I'm a fast walker! Outta my way peeps!!

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Solar Eclipse 2017: US National Parks Expecting Gridlock on "Busiest Day in History"

The state of Wyoming is accustomed to visitors: it is home to the vast majority of Yellowstone National Park, the first in the world; Grand Tetons National Park; and ski resorts such as Jackson Hole.

But as Monday’s total solar eclipse approaches, the National Park Service says: “August 21 is anticipated to be the busiest day in the history of the park”.


[link to www.independent.co.uk]
 Quoting: KickinIt


Local news reference to traffic. They drove from Denver to Ft Collins - about an hour drive typically. Today it took them 1 hour and 45 minutes.

They are putting emergency porta-potties up and down I-25, extra at rest stops as well as anywhere there is a turn out - "for those times you just gotta go", his words, not mine, lol

The sensors on I-25 at the border between CO and WY, 30,000 vehicles above normal on a holiday weekend, just since 5pm yesterday. LOL
 Quoting: WhiteAngel


Wow, good update WA! I actually did some searching for info on traffic issues around here (when I say that, I mean within a 150 mile radius of here, not STL proper). I couldn't find anything about traffic issues yet. I think the worst around here will be early on Monday, and late afternoon/evening after the eclipse ends. I think all the locals on the fringe of the totality path heading south/southwest of STL on Monday to get a better vantage point will create some havoc.
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I am taking a bug-out-bag or two plus enough food, drinks, water, medications etc, for at least 2 days
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Very smart thinking.

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Solar Eclipse 2017: US National Parks Expecting Gridlock on "Busiest Day in History"

The state of Wyoming is accustomed to visitors: it is home to the vast majority of Yellowstone National Park, the first in the world; Grand Tetons National Park; and ski resorts such as Jackson Hole.

But as Monday’s total solar eclipse approaches, the National Park Service says: “August 21 is anticipated to be the busiest day in the history of the park”.


[link to www.independent.co.uk]
 Quoting: KickinIt


Local news reference to traffic. They drove from Denver to Ft Collins - about an hour drive typically. Today it took them 1 hour and 45 minutes.

They are putting emergency porta-potties up and down I-25, extra at rest stops as well as anywhere there is a turn out - "for those times you just gotta go", his words, not mine, lol

The sensors on I-25 at the border between CO and WY, 30,000 vehicles above normal on a holiday weekend, just since 5pm yesterday. LOL
 Quoting: WhiteAngel


Wow, good update WA! I actually did some searching for info on traffic issues around here (when I say that, I mean within a 150 mile radius of here, not STL proper). I couldn't find anything about traffic issues yet. I think the worst around here will be early on Monday, and late afternoon/evening after the eclipse ends. I think all the locals on the fringe of the totality path heading south/southwest of STL on Monday to get a better vantage point will create some havoc.
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STL?? I know I will "duh" when you tell me
I just heard thunder but with the way 2020 is going, it could be Godzilla coming
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Solar Eclipse 2017: US National Parks Expecting Gridlock on "Busiest Day in History"

The state of Wyoming is accustomed to visitors: it is home to the vast majority of Yellowstone National Park, the first in the world; Grand Tetons National Park; and ski resorts such as Jackson Hole.

But as Monday’s total solar eclipse approaches, the National Park Service says: “August 21 is anticipated to be the busiest day in the history of the park”.


[link to www.independent.co.uk]
 Quoting: KickinIt


Local news reference to traffic. They drove from Denver to Ft Collins - about an hour drive typically. Today it took them 1 hour and 45 minutes.

They are putting emergency porta-potties up and down I-25, extra at rest stops as well as anywhere there is a turn out - "for those times you just gotta go", his words, not mine, lol

The sensors on I-25 at the border between CO and WY, 30,000 vehicles above normal on a holiday weekend, just since 5pm yesterday. LOL
 Quoting: WhiteAngel


Wow, good update WA! I actually did some searching for info on traffic issues around here (when I say that, I mean within a 150 mile radius of here, not STL proper). I couldn't find anything about traffic issues yet. I think the worst around here will be early on Monday, and late afternoon/evening after the eclipse ends. I think all the locals on the fringe of the totality path heading south/southwest of STL on Monday to get a better vantage point will create some havoc.
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STL?? I know I will "duh" when you tell me
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just guessing, STL=St.Louis , probably totally wrong hahaha :)
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Local news reference to traffic. They drove from Denver to Ft Collins - about an hour drive typically. Today it took them 1 hour and 45 minutes.

They are putting emergency porta-potties up and down I-25, extra at rest stops as well as anywhere there is a turn out - "for those times you just gotta go", his words, not mine, lol

The sensors on I-25 at the border between CO and WY, 30,000 vehicles above normal on a holiday weekend, just since 5pm yesterday. LOL
 Quoting: WhiteAngel


Wow, good update WA! I actually did some searching for info on traffic issues around here (when I say that, I mean within a 150 mile radius of here, not STL proper). I couldn't find anything about traffic issues yet. I think the worst around here will be early on Monday, and late afternoon/evening after the eclipse ends. I think all the locals on the fringe of the totality path heading south/southwest of STL on Monday to get a better vantage point will create some havoc.
 Quoting: KickinIt


STL?? I know I will "duh" when you tell me
 Quoting: WhiteAngel


just guessing, STL=St.Louis , probably totally wrong hahaha :)
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Correct!
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Local news reference to traffic. They drove from Denver to Ft Collins - about an hour drive typically. Today it took them 1 hour and 45 minutes.

They are putting emergency porta-potties up and down I-25, extra at rest stops as well as anywhere there is a turn out - "for those times you just gotta go", his words, not mine, lol

The sensors on I-25 at the border between CO and WY, 30,000 vehicles above normal on a holiday weekend, just since 5pm yesterday. LOL
 Quoting: WhiteAngel


Wow, good update WA! I actually did some searching for info on traffic issues around here (when I say that, I mean within a 150 mile radius of here, not STL proper). I couldn't find anything about traffic issues yet. I think the worst around here will be early on Monday, and late afternoon/evening after the eclipse ends. I think all the locals on the fringe of the totality path heading south/southwest of STL on Monday to get a better vantage point will create some havoc.
 Quoting: KickinIt


STL?? I know I will "duh" when you tell me
 Quoting: WhiteAngel


just guessing, STL=St.Louis , probably totally wrong hahaha :)
 Quoting: Army-of-Souls


I wondered that also or Seattle/Tacoma but then the L - lol
I just heard thunder but with the way 2020 is going, it could be Godzilla coming
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Wow, good update WA! I actually did some searching for info on traffic issues around here (when I say that, I mean within a 150 mile radius of here, not STL proper). I couldn't find anything about traffic issues yet. I think the worst around here will be early on Monday, and late afternoon/evening after the eclipse ends. I think all the locals on the fringe of the totality path heading south/southwest of STL on Monday to get a better vantage point will create some havoc.
 Quoting: KickinIt


STL?? I know I will "duh" when you tell me
 Quoting: WhiteAngel


just guessing, STL=St.Louis , probably totally wrong hahaha :)
 Quoting: Army-of-Souls


Correct!
 Quoting: KickinIt


duh
I just heard thunder but with the way 2020 is going, it could be Godzilla coming
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I am taking a bug-out-bag or two plus enough food, drinks, water, medications etc, for at least 2 days
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Good plan hf

Better safe than sorry : )
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I am taking a bug-out-bag or two plus enough food, drinks, water, medications etc, for at least 2 days
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Good plan hf

Better safe than sorry : )
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You betcha. And protection

Sanity is DVD player and movies for son - computer and cell phones for daughter.

Because cell towers are not used to handling heavy traffic in WY (population for the whole state is only half a million), she also downloaded books to read. We aren't counting on the portable cell towers that they say they are setting up along the I-25 corridor.
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The solar wind speed is currently high (764.3 km/sec.) And Bz is south

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EQ watch up
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