Fall Stargazing

Hay bales in field with fall foliage in background

Field near Kennebunk Observatory

It took a family member from Baltimore to remind us that we had a very unique opportunity in our community–the Kennebunk Observatory . After driving down a country lane at sunset, in a field with hay bales scattered about, and peak foliage in the distance, we were able to look at Jupiter, Saturn, and the spectacular craters on the moon. It added a whole new dimension to the fall foliage and leaf-peeping. If you’re in the area, they will open for small groups, or have regular star gazing opportunities. It is worth the visit!

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