Presented Friday by the Hancock Chamber Greenways & Scenic Byways Committee. Today is March 14. Happy Pi Day, an annual celebration of the mathematical constant π. Google it.
Solstice and full moon both fall on June 20 for the first time since 1967, aka the Summer of Love. Source: earthsky.org. Cayenne peppers. Source: My window box.
It’s not looking good for those of us who want to see the supermoon lunar eclipse tonight. Too bad. This happy coincidence, which won’t happen again until 2033, likely will be clouded over and rainy for us. If the world doesn’t end, the show begins early, around 7:11 p.m. The moon will start passing through…
I add to the wing percentage every time I go to Trapani’s.