The moon rose before the sun was set.
Jupiter was halfway between the moon and the horizon.
Bats were visible and audible (and smellable) in the cypress trees, even though they said it was too chilly to come out.
For humans the temperature was delightful.
All that and the return of Elizabeth Brunner, who had not joined us since I think January!
Thanks to Banks Lake Outdoors for free boat rental for these WWALS Full Moon Paddles.
Thanks to Kimberly Godden Tanner for hosting, including getting the key from Banks Lake Outdoors, distributing the boats, and getting people signed in.
Thanks to Elizabeth Brunner for leading, including the safety lecture and showing people around on the lake.
Thanks to Lisa Adkins Montisano for some additional pictures.
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