Tuesday, October 11, 2011


Tonight, if you are fortunate enough to have a clear sky,
you'll see a Hunter's Moon.

It's also known as a Blood Moon or a Sanguine Moon...

Hunter's Moon
Native Americans first used this name to describe it because they used the bright light of the full moon to hunt for food.  They did it during this month in order to stockpile supplies for the upcoming Winter.

You can check the phases of the moon anytime by visiting the
Farmer's Almanac and their Moon Phase Calendar HERE.

Enjoy your Hunter's Moon wherever you are!


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