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"A society built on green design, sustainable energy and closed loop systems, a civilization afloat on a cloud of efficient, non-toxic, recyclable technology." ~~Alex Nikolai Steffan



Instructions for making a solar powered wreath for whichever holiday(s) you celebrate come from Megan at Not Martha.

Perfect for celebrating winter solstice with the millennium's first total lunar eclipse this December 21st, which will be completely visible from all of North America and Hawaii.

At midnight December 20th, we'll have the highest full moon until 2020. From the West Coast, that Moon will be in total eclipse at midnight, while observers in Key West will see the moon straight up, at ½° from the zenith. All Eastern time-zones, must wait until 1:32 AM. for the eclipse's beginning.



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