From the Old Farmer’s Almanac:
This is the first Full Moon following the Harvest Moon last month. It rises around sunset and sets around sunrise, the only night of the month that the moon is in the sky all night long. See our October moon guide here: http://www.almanac.com/content/full-hunters-moon-Octobers-moon-guide
And to my adventure partner/traveling partner, HAPPY BIRTHDAY. Last year Egypt, two years ago the Queen Mary! Alas, this year’s Calistoga was not in the cards for me!
Whoa, what a moon tonight!
Through my kitchen window, with the reflection of the sunset through the bathroom window behind me. What magic!
Ah, the most luscious large moon — the corn moon, according to the Farmer’s Almanac, and Native American Indian Lore.
But what I love about witnessing a beautiful full moon like this? Is knowing that all over the world, where the skies are clear, people of many different nationalities, cultures, and languages, are watching the same full moon with me — different times, yes — but the same full moon.
If this doesn’t prove we are all connected, then nothing will. Enjoy this corn moon, where ever you are!