Come and enjoy the night.
It's time again for the biggest and bestest event of the month. Same place. Those that don't know the location, look for us in the parking lot at 7:30 or call/text me.
I'm looking forward to seeing everybody there. Let's tell some stories and meet some great people. Let's have some fun. I'll bring hot dogs, buns, condiments, tables, utensils and marshmallows. You can bring something tasty to share if you'd like. Bring a friend or 6.
Follow 7th st. to the end, turn left, then right in the parking lot. Follow the side walk up the hill and turn right at the top. Then first left and follow over the wooden bridge to the end and then go left. Follow until you see the tiki torch or light -go straight on dirt path and you'll see us on the right by the river. Come early if you'd like to fish.
If you play an instrument, please bring it and entertain us.
Let's have another great turn out. Great chance to catch up with those you know and meet some new people too.
The traditional full moon name for September is the “Harvest Moon”. The Harvest Moon is somewhat unique in that it is assigned to the full moon closest to the autumn equinox. That means it can also be the name of the full moon in October. The Harvest Moon name is obviously a reference to farmers working late into the night harvesting crops by the light of the full moon.
The Moon also rises at a steep angle giving the Moon more time above the horizon and much shorter times between moonrises and sunsets.
Other names include the “Fruit Moon”, “Dying Grass Moon”, "Wine Moon", "The Singing Moon", "Blue Corn Moon", "The Elk Call Moon", and “Barley Moon”. The Lakota Sioux called it the “Moon where Calves Grow Hair” or “Moon when Plumes are Scarlet”. The Taos call it “The Yellow Leaf Moon” and the Oto call it “Spider Web on the Ground at Dawn Moon”.