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favorite winter solstice gift: Tidelog

December 23, 2007

More daylight–yippee! The sun is getting higher above the horizon–yippee!

So listen up, those on the west and east coasts, and find out a wonderful way to keep track of the moon, the sun, the skies and the tides! The link is:
Tidelog (Pacific Publishers)

I received my first Tidelog as a winter solstice gift in 1993. I love how it SHOWs the phases of the moon, how it SHOWs when the sun rises and how many hours of daylight, that it SHOWs the high and low tides. It even tells dawn and dusk and talks about various astronomical events of interest including meteor showers and eclipses.

Tidelog Image

When planning a camping trip I can see what’s going on, like whether we will have much moon and when to fix dinner before it’s too dark. It’s been awesome for Burning Man too, even though my Tidelog is for SoCal these days instead of NoCal, because I can get a pretty good idea how much moon and how much sun we will have and when. (BTW, this year the night of the Burn is a NEW MOON…uh, oh, newbies, better get planning! It’ll be a lot different from last year!)

Tidelog can even help with depression! That’s right, according to yoga teacher Johangir Palklova (brother of Aadil), taking a sunset walk fills you with the warmth you need to heal the dark within. Tidelog can help you keep track of when to walk!

My Tidelog is indispensible; I check it almost every day. Let me know what you think!

BTW, if you’re a moon person like me, be sure to scroll down a bit to see NASA moon image and the post about the gloriously bright moon we’ve been enjoying this solstice.

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