HHC 2017 Topic

B Walsh bpwalsh at gmail.com
Fri Sep 2 17:16:48 MDT 2016

I agree with Roger. I consider Nashville to be in a southern state rather
than the midwest even though the longitude is in the range. August weather
there could be rather hot and humid. On the other hand summers in Oregon
are generally dry. As I recall Jim Donnelly lives in Eugene, about 35 to 40
miles south of Corvallis, but close enough :-)


On Fri, Sep 2, 2016 at 6:08 PM, Roger Hill <rhill at siue.edu> wrote:

> Hi Richard and all,
> If you want to plan an early HHC on or near the eclipse path, it will
> be necessary to act right away, as I've heard many (if not all)
> hotels along the path are already booked up.
> I'm guessing Corvallis is more likely to have decent weather for the
> eclipse, as the midwest is pretty iffy on the weather.
> -- Roger
> ------------ On Richard N's message ------------
> Hello HHCers,
> Most of the critical decisions for HHC 2016 have been made and now it
> is time to execute the plan.
> Some attendees and Committee members have noted that there is a total
> eclipse next year in August.  For the details see:
> http://www.eclipse2017.org/2017/path_through_the_US.htm The weekend
> before the conference (August 19 & 20) looks like a suitable AUGUST
> date and two cities have been used before – Corvallis and Nashville.
> I am just mentioning this for those who are prone to long term
> planning.  Jim Donnelly, from Corvallis, will be attending and I know
> he has the equipment – I have seen photos – that is suitable to view
> (project) the eclipse.
> Food for thought (now), and discussion at the Conference (later)..
> X <> Y
> Richard
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