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Discussion in 'All Discussions' started by rcarter, Jan 5, 2017.
Living near Assateague island we have the northern lights all year long, it's called ocean city. I hate light pollution. Growing up near Sandy Hook we had the northern lights of NY city. 100 years ago you were able to see the true northern lights this far south, but not anymore
Oh, I thought you meant these northern lights: https://www.leafly.com/indica/northern-lights
Cool stuff though. We get some awesome sunsets in Florida but I'd really love to witness this light show some day.
Got some of this at home. Very noiceee
Here in NH, we actually get rare events of a LITTLE of the northern lights.
But not often.
But go out at night and surf in it?? Why spoil watching the Northern Lights with something as mundane and boring as surfing. Illogical.....
O Mr. Spock
surfing on a wave while watching the northern lights is like having a 3 way with mother nature
Said Mrs. Rocque, lol
Spent two weeks in Iceland 6 years ago. I was lucky enough to witness the Northern Lights while on the Snaefellsnes peninsula. Place is amazing. I did not meet one American my entire trip. Now I hear that Reykjavik is overrun with tourists and bachelor parties. Didnt take long for social media to catch on and ruin it. I partially blame Chris Burkard for his multiple (hundreds) posts on instagram. I'm sure the locals love it for all the money it's bringing in, but I'm sure they'll get sick of it, eventually, after people start destroying there land and building huge corporations. Glad I was there when I was. And dont get me wrong, if I had the opportunity, I would definitely go back.
Oh...hey Lance. You still here?
Somthing like this was posted a little while ago. I'd love to see the northern lights one day. Iv heard you can see them in Nova scotia at certain times of year or somthing. Would like to surf there and see them.
As for light pollution.....by me we have this parkway....ocean parkway. Go over two bridges from "mainland" and it's just a road with beaches to the south and bay to the north. Tinny little sliver of land. Well if you drive on it at night or early in the AM on your way to a DP sesh is crazy. You look south and it's just darkness and stars. You look north and all you see it a glow of lights from all the roads/businesses/homes/ect. I love where i live but i got to admit, when i take that drive and see the extreme difference it makes me wish i was some place more remote
^I never knew...Mrs. Kittie Rocque's science experiments were so, uhm, unique.
Trippy indeed. I really enjoyed this. Thanks rc for taking the time to put this up there.
My 17 year old son and I drove up to NJ last week to visit my father. As we were driving on 287 at night around Piscataway my son said what's wrong with the sky, why is it glowing red? I laughed and said welcome to NJ.
Dude, you actually spent time to look this up? You're a sad little (f)ag
Holy shlt wtf is that?