Airbnb and National Geographic found the perfect place to watch the eclipse

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On August 21, 2017, millions will witness an event that hasn’t happened across the U.S. for 99 years: a total solar eclipse.

I’m hoping the skies will cooperate in SWFL and not be too cloudy. The perfect place to view the eclipse may have been put together by National Geographic and Airbnb.

Geodesic dome glamping in Oregon

They sponsored a contest where the winner and one guest take a two-hour plane ride west with Dr. Jedidah Isler, a National Geographic Explorer for an extended and breathtaking view of the eclipse in full.

2 person geodesic dome glamping in Oregon from Airbnb

The winners will also get to stay in a geodesic dome equipped with telescopes to take in the night sky the day before in Terrebonne, Oregon.

quaint sleeping area in geodesic dome

Breakfast is also part of the package which is good since no open flames are allowed in their desert retreat.

Desert escape for the eclipse | KitchAnn Style

I don’t know if this qualifies as clamping but I think I could handle it. You?

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