Superiorland voices: How did you celebrate the solar eclipse?

ANNA SLOWIK Royal Oak, Mich. "I went to Meramec State Park in Missouri with a caravan of my closest scientist friends. We met with my family and shared a campsite with nine other people. My dad made a pinhole projector, and we brought a telescope but it got melted by the sun as we were setting it up."
CHRIS CASKEY Sault Ste Marie "I watched it with my papa, Jeff Sauer. It was an amazing experience I'll probably never get to experience again."
LIZ HAMMING Negaunee, Mich. "I went to work and borrowed (my co-worker's) eclipse glasses and snuck out inbetween patients to look at the eclipse. She was making each patient check it out with her glasses, it was so cute."
STEVE FARR Marquete, Mich. "I rode my bike. Went on a bike ride with friends into a field, drank beers and watched the eclipse."
JUSTIN MARIETTI Ishpeming “My little girl and I went to NMU to check out the festivities there, and then watched it from the lawn. It was really fun. It’s interesting to think about where we’ll be when the next one happens.”
ANDREW STACKHOUSE Harbor Springs, Mich. "I was at work (at Uncle Ducky's), so what I did was hopped into a canoe and went out along Pictured Rocks. We had eclipse glasses, it was pretty cool. A guy on the tour had them and let us use them."
CRAIG GORDON Sault Ste Marie "I didn't get to see it. It was my first day of work at the job site, the new hospital, so I was on the straight and narrow all day."