The best vantage point was from our neighbor's driveway. Fortunately our neighbors were out at the time!
The view down the street to the golf course. The lights in the center belong to the town's power station; the lights on the left are the neighbor's front veranda lights!
Three senior citizens camping on the neighbor's driveway waiting for the moon to rise!
We were far to early.
Several cars were returning to their homes in our street or going home from visiting people in our neighborhood. As the headlights blinded us, the car would slow down, and then turn drive off quickly. One of our neighbors passed us and turned in at his property. (I posted about him and his dogs - and doggy bars - last week) About five minutes later the same vehicle came driving down the street from behind us again, slowing down to get a good look at us, and then drove past, entering their property again! He clearly thought we were loiters who were "up to no good" LOL!
Then our neighbors returned, activating their garage door by remote control while still driving past our property behind us. As they entered their garage, I hear a young voice say: "what are Granny and Granddad doing, mommy?" and their mom saying: "they're watching the moon!"
As the car stopped inside their garage, two children jumped out and ran to join us!
Two young moon gazers join their grandparents on the sidewalk!
Finally... the moon!
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To all my blogger friends in the Southern Hemisphere, Happy Spring!