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Thanks for your replies and a special thanks to Dave Galvin for the “Heads up” on the solar eclipse
I did get to see it but that was by pure chance, we had just about come to the end of a cat2 cyclone and it had been very cloudy, but on my way to work the clouds moved and there it was, luck for me I had my “1999 total solar eclipse glasses” with me and I could see the remainder of the eclipse
Sorry no photo’s were taken