You may have heard something yesterday about an eclipse. That little solar event that people all across the United States we tweeting, facebooking, texting, and snap-chatting about. We loved seeing so many of our readers and friends getting in on the action so we thought it would be fun to share a few photos from across the Northshore.
The three eclipse-watchers in Mandeville are using the cereal box method.
A lot of Northshore families headed over to Stennis Space Center just across the Mississippi state line. They even had an inflatable sun!
These Mandeville siblings had safety eyewear.
The Groves kiddos in Mandeville used a welding helmet to view the solar eclipse.
Dr. Molly Burns in Covington was ready for the big event.
The Wear family in Slidell used the paper plate hack to make holding their glasses on easier for little hands.
The gang at Insterstate guns took a break from their work day to check out the Eclipse.
The Taylor boys in Hammond took in the show in their front yard.
Well that’s it for 2017. It came, we saw, and now it’s back to the regular ole sun for next couple of years. Have a good day and let’s do this again in 2024, okay?
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Hi, I'm Katy. Mom to four sweet boys ages 10, 6, 6, and 5. It's a loud, messy, chaotic life. I love connecting with other parents and am so glad you stopped by today!