|Perigee Moon March 19th 2011|
After Kitchen Kettle we headed back to RoadAbode and Molly, and did some small upkeep items. Still beautiful Outside, ended up sitting with Molly and enjoying the sun, and eventually napping. The girls took a walk to the Campground office and picked up a small bundle of firewood for the night.
Dinner was a nice salad with smoked kielbasa grilled on the fire. Once the sun was down we got to see the biggest Perigee Moon in the past 18 years. A Perigee Moon is at the closest point to the earth and it is in this stage that the moon appears larger. Looking at the moon in the sky without anything to compare it to, you wouldn't notice any size difference. But the difference in size can in fact be quite significant. With the sun gone for the day, the temps dropped quickly, so we packed up outside, and enjoyed some cable tv with RoadAbode's heater kicking on occasionally. Great day with family - in beautiful Lancaster County.