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Madras, Oregon Total Eclipse | Camping | Crater Lake Hiking

Chau

Madras, Oregon

2017-09-26

My friends and I drove over 10 hours and 600 miles to see the total solar eclipse in Madras, Oregon. We did not know what to expect, and we were debating whether the trip was even worth it. In the end, we were glad to have been able to see it. Sometimes, you see something so beautiful and majestic, you’re at a loss for words. You can watch the full experience of our trip here:

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