Tonight's Full Moon will glide across the outer fringe of the Earth's shadow. A Lunar-eclipse will occur at 7:50 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time, Unusual shading on the southern half of the Moon should be fairly obvious. It will not be a full eclipse, but for us stargazers it will be cool. You might be able to detect lesser traces of shading for about 45 minutes before and after mid-eclipse. I will be traveling on 91 North heading up to Vermont. I have to get Upta Camp for a little bit of work that needs to get done this weekend. Time to put on that metal roof and make sure all the wood shed is packed and ready. There should be a stop at a rest area along the way to check it out.