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For many, the total solar eclipse over Idaho on August 21 will be a once-in-a-lifetime event. There are some things you will definitely want to do and others that you need to avoid when it comes to experiencing the upcoming big show in the sky.
Yellowstone National Park has been a very interesting place lately. The largest earthquake in several years happened there recently. Tourists have been having bad moments with bison. And, now one of the cameras monitoring the Yellowstone geysers has captured something striking - really.
Now that the weather is good and hot, many of us scurry into the canyon to enjoy the beautiful nature that God has given us. But, it's a good reminder to make sure you know your snakes before you head into their native place.
In case you haven't heard, there will be a total solar eclipse that will go directly over Idaho on August 21, 2017. Now, thanks to Google, you can get a preview of exactly what the eclipse will look like from anywhere in the Magic Valley.
In case you've been living under a rock (or maybe hiding there), there have been a lot of earthquakes at Yellowstone recently. For the record, we'd like to clarify that when we share news of these quakes, it does not mean the world is about to end - although it could.