Yes, Observatory Park is an interesting
place. Here’s the link: http://www.geaugaparkdistrict.org/parks/observatorypark.shtml.
Coming from Cleveland on Mayfield Rd. turn left on Clay St.,
right after the Rolling Green golf course. From Rt.
6, turn right on Clay St. That’s kind of in the
middle of nowhere. Watch close for the little Clay St.
sign. I think there might not even be any light there.
(just the way star watchers like it) Taking
Chardon-Windsor Rd. (South Hambden St.) from Chardon is a good way
to Clay St.
FYI, if anyone is interested in checking out the
meteor shower Thursday evening, the Geauga County Observation Park will be open
all night. Rangers will be on hand and bathrooms open etc for those who wish to
view (sky permitting of course!). I'm planning to go out after CMNH lecture by
Geoff Landis. Directions are available online. Dress warm and bring a nice chair
that will allow you to sit back or lay back and watch the sky! note: Leonids
gave us a spectacular show: more than 50 in an hour and a half! No guarantee
that Geminids will be as cool, but Obs Park is excellent place for
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