Great to hear from you Erik!
I am a little disappointed with myself for not waiting longer to hear from you before posting my last message.
I have removed the post-2024 references from that post in the hopes of improving the conversation on events occurring in the nearer future.
I would tend to agree that it is starting to get a little late for Elqui 2019 for anyone who can’t afford to fly their Learjet there.
I also completely agree that total eclipses are an great way to learn about places one might not otherwise even be aware of, with an eye towards visiting there.
As a matter of fact, the only point that I might disagree about is that because solar eclipse totality is such a powerful, but short-lived, ephemeral and fleeting experience that serves to remind a person of their place in the larger global and even heavenly events going on around them, that it should not be squandered. As you know, there is a long lead-up, and then boom, it’s all over. And those who only got to experience a partial, have no sense of what just happened.
Are you seriously considering Enchanted Rock TX for 2024? I think that place has the potential for a truly magical experience. I am interested in hearing anything more about your plans.