Since this area of the site relates to health I thought I'd post this message here. As most probably know in one month, on August 21st, there will be a total solar eclipse. I'm quite excited as I'll be traveling with my family from our home in southern Alberta to a small town in Idaho where we'll spend a few days. My grown kids are coming as well and we'll have a long overdue family holiday. I just wanted to pass along my encouragement to make sure you have proper eyewear so you can view the non-totality portion of the eclipse safely. The event will be the first US coast to coast eclipse in 99 years and every single one of my American neighbours will be able to see some portion of the sun partially covered. I just want to make sure you all do so safely. There are many sites on-line where you can buy proper glasses or you can go to a welding supplier and get some #14 glass, which filters enough of the light to keep you safe.