Hoping for a cloudless night

Found a neat website that allows you to track the current location of the International Space Station and see what it’s view of the earth might be like.
iss.astroviewer.net
Also, you can find out when you can actually see the ISS overhead by plugging in your current location on NASA’s website.
index.html
Just go to the blue “connect to mission” box on the lower left and click the orange “station sightings” button.
There should be a 2 minute window tonight and a 4 minute window tomorrow night when we can see the ISS cross over Kona. Unfortunately we’ve had a lot of patchy clouds lately, which makes for some great sunsets, but not very good star-gazing.

A Psalm 113:3 Moment

“From the rising of the sun to it’s setting,
the name of the Lord is to be praised.”

Psalm 113:3

Exactly a year ago, we were settling into our new life here in Hawaii. The sun was setting on our first trip to the beach about a mile from the place we now call home.