Saturday, November 7th, 2015

Astronomy Pad

New Astronomy Pad, below the Sunset Lodge New Astronomy Pad, below the Sunset Lodge Doug Bishop

Wednesday, October 28, the concrete trucks arrived and the astronomy pad was poured. Everything went smoothly and it's ready for the next show. The clouds came later in the day and we may have to wait a few days for a clear night. It feels good to have this stage of the astronomy program in place before

 

 

Wednesday, October 28, the concrete trucks arrived and the astronomy pad was poured. Everything went smoothly and it's ready for the next show. The clouds came later in the day and we may have to wait a few days for a clear night. It feels good to have this stage of the astronomy program in place before the cold and snow.

Crew that helped with pour our Astonomy Pad: Little River Concrete from Salida

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