We go to the Indian Cove campground to watch the eclipse and then sleep in the tent. It’s cloudy when we leave, but occasional gaps in the clouds reveal glimpses of the moon, so we remain hopeful.
That’s the closest we get to a clear sky. Shortly after getting the tent set up it begins to rain, and the rain continues throughout our checkpoints during the night.
The next day one of the guests at our RV park tells Ann that the clouds cleared enough to see the eclipse here, and it was an amazing sight. Oof!