062205fullmoon.jpg A full June moon rises over the treetops along Sandy Flats Road in Floyd County. The moon greeted me after I drove home Tuesday night from the annual meeting at The Jacksonville Center and it was something to see. According to those who know, the moon appears closer than normal this time of year. I'll take their word for it and just enjoy the June moon.

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A full June moon rises over the treetops along Sandy Flats Road in Floyd County. The moon greeted me after I drove home Tuesday night from the annual meeting at The Jacksonville Center and it was something to see.

According to those who know, the moon appears closer than normal this time of year. I’ll take their word for it and just enjoy the June moon.

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  1. Last night I viewed a beutiful, well-rounded and HUGE, almost cheese orange moon leering at me through the branches of my neighbor’s redwood tree, from the urban area east of San Francisco Bay. I therefore was delighted to learn today just why the moon seemed to be so enormous at this time of year. THANK YOU, Doug! elgee

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