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November 2017

November 2017

Walk to Mt Pollux in Amherst at Sunrise (6:30 AM EDT)
Walk to Mt Pollux in Amherst at Sunrise What:  Full Moon setting and Sunrise from atop Mt. Pollux in Amherst, with views of the Holyoke range to the south, the Berkshires to the west, and view to the north and east. The Mt. Pollux Conservation Area in Amherst has great views to the south, west and north.  And limited views to the east.  The 5 minute walk from the parking lot to the top of the hill is a tenth of a mile and is not very steep.  But there are also great views from right around the parking lot, if you feel uncomfortable climbing the hill. When and Time:  Saturday, November 4th.  Meet at 6:30am at Atkins Farm Country Market We should easily get to the top of Mt. Pollux by 7am   The Moon will be in good positions between 6:50am and 7:30am The Sun light should start hitting Mt Holyoke around 7:45am Leave around 8:30am Maybe get some cider doughnut at Atkins and drive to the Summit House Duration:  at least 2 hours Trip Leader:  Larry Sanchez           slsanchez@comcast.net Cost:  None Meet Up Place and Time:  Atkins County Farm Market in Amherst (Atkins Farms Country Market, 1151 West St, Amherst, MA 01002) at 6:30am.   If you come late, please meet us at Mt. Pollux Conservation Area.  The entrance to the Conservation Area looks like someone’s driveway, so it is a little hard to find.  But there is a sign 10 yards up the entrance road.  The address is 1427 S East St, Amherst, MA 01002.  The entrance is on the west side of S East St. Photography:  We will be photographing the setting Moon, the views all around us as the Sun rises.  I am most interested to see how the Holyoke range looks with the day’s first rays of sunlight. Camera requirements:  A tripod is recommended along with a remote or handheld shutter release.  Bring the longest telephoto lens you have to photograph the moon. Sign Up for Trip:  Online registration is required on our club website.  Easy to follow instructions are on the home page. Online registration delete
Exhibition - Challenge topic is 'Fences' (7:00 PM EST)
Program - Keith Carver presentation (7:00 PM EST)

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