Tonight, June 20, is the summer solstice,which is the longest day of the year. Yup, while Mondays generally seem longer than usual, this one actually was. But there is something happening tonight that hasn't been seen in Maine since 1967 and it won't happen again until 2062!
Yesterday, even though it was raining, my buddy Joey and I headed out bright and early for Sevade Pond in Windsor to get a couple (five) hours of fishing in. It was kind of a slow start but then BAM, off to the races!
Well at least pieces are. So no doubt you've seen video of the big ball of fire falling in the atmosphere from the Portland Police Dash cam. If not no worries, see below. The bright light burning up in the atmosphere is a meteor, and if it lands on the Earth, it's called a meteorite...
Let it be known that I can mow a lawn like a SOB! However, when it comes to properly seeding my grass- I don't really know exactly what I'm doing. Take a look at my sweet vid and please help answer some questions that I have..