Destination: Inaugural Julian Starfest - August 2008
One of the highlights of a wheeling trip is sitting around a campfire at the end of the day. In the evening twilight faint spots of white begin to fill the sky. Daylight soon becomes starlight.
The first dim spots of light to be seen in the sky are planets. As the sunlight fades, more distant stars begin to appear.
Over the years I have learned to identify the North Star and the Big Dipper. Along with Orion's Belt and the Seven Sisters, which is familiar to many as the logo of Izuzu, they are some of the more recognizable star formations.