It seems like everyone has "eclipse fever" lately, with a total eclipse passing over the continental US on Monday. Things seem especially fevered in our neck of the woods, since the path of the eclipse is going right over Wyoming. In our small town, the eclipse will reach 94.5% of totality, which should still be pretty dark.
We, however, will be traveling about 3 hours north and east of our town in order to get (hopefully) into the path of totality. I say "hopefully" because, as one might expect, we may run into restrictive traffic on Wyoming's limited road system and, as always, we are at the mercy of the weather.