Sustainable Living Center Oregon
Normally, the Siletz Moorage is one of the best locations in Northwest Oregon to fish for huge 50 pound plus Chinook Salmon. Also, Siletz Bay is also a great place to catch a limit of fresh Northwest Dungeness Crab or take a guided Kayak trip down the Siletz River.
BAD News – Siletz River has silted our boat ramp, therefore there will no launching of boats until the State of Oregon gives us permission to clear out the boat ramp.
GOOD News – Since we cannot launch boat, we are opening the Siletz Moorage to a RV Camp0ree. We will feature the Solar Eclipse and a week of workshops of food growing for BoonDockers. Off the Griders and “Wannabes.”
RV Camporee – Solar Eclipse & 7 Days of Workshops on How to Grow Food for RV BoonDockers, Off the Griders or “Wannabes”
You will see the Solar Eclipse from ground zero on the Cool Oregon Coast and Learn How to Grow Your Food Anywhere.
Siletz Moorage, just south of Lincoln City, Oregon and north of Depoe Bay and will be at the centerline or ground zero for a total solar eclipse when the moon moves right in front of the sun.
Sustainable Living Center of Oregon
Siletz Moorage is also the home of the Sustainable Living Center of Oregon. The Center has perfected food systems that enable people to grow their own food anywhere and will be offering Workshops and Demonstrations.
The Following will be provided:
Solar Cooking & Samples – times and dates determined by the Sun
Tours of new techniques under development will be offered:
Receive Events Times & Dates at Check In
Day One – Check In 10 am – 8 pm
Check Out – 7 Days after Check in
RV Camporee Cost
No tents, only RV or self-contained units. 23+ RV spaces are available. 15+ ft wide, some on flat concrete pad, others on wood chips.
Only Option available is for 7 nights, whether you use 1 or all 7 nights, the price is the same. The 7 nights may start any day up the Solar Eclipse.
Fee is $150/night, with off street parking for 1 auto. Extra tow or towed vehicles have extra fee of $25 per night.
Reservations & Deposit
A deposit of 50% is required to hold a space either by check or credit card at www.cash.me . Reservations may be cancelled up to one week before August 15. The cancellation fee is $100. Reserved campsites may be transferred to another holder prior to the event.
WiFi – is available
No Electrical available
There is no sewer or toilets available. A public RV dump station is approximately 1 mile at SE Inlet Ave and SE 48th St.
Water is available to fill your water tanks.
Pets may be allowed if they are family friendly, keep them on leashes and you clean up after them.
NO FIRES OR OPEN FLAMES OF ANY KIND ALLOWED. During July 1st through November 1st open burning violations can result in penalties of up to $10,000 per day of violations. BBQ’s are welcome.
NO DRUGS LEGAL OR ILLEGAL
None are allowed on the Siletz Moorage including sale, distribution and consumption. Siletz Moorage is family friendly, as this is our home and we live on the property.
For the safety of all attendees, the above will be strictly enforced. Failure to comply with may result in expulsion from the Moorage without refund.
Arrivals may start on Tuesday, August 15th at 12:00 AM, but no later that the Solar Eclipse on Aug 21. Departures is 7 days after check in
At Check In, the Siletz Moorage Host will confirm preregistration, sign liability waiver, and get campsite assignment and free solar eclipse glasses. All campers must sign a liability waiver.
Siletz Moorage LLC
More details at: http://www.OregonCoastSolarEclipse.com
The Sun’s Diamond Ring effect has been Embroidered into a logo suitable to be place on any apparel.
Solar Eclipse Bragg Apparel comes
Prices start at $18
See samples for the following cities:
To see Samples go to: http://www.DepoeBayOregon.Press
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Ask us how we can Embroidered your company name on Solar Eclipse Apparel. Call
Pay on-line with Credit Card from your home. Apparel arrives in 13-15 business days.
Shipping time ranges from about 2 business days for east coast orders to 6 business days for west coast orders.
Just north of Depoe Bay, is the Siletz Moorage, the shadow will first touch there at about 10:15 am, and will experience a full minute and fifty seconds of totality. The actual center line of the eclipse path will hit solid ground six seconds later, and plunge Siletz Moorage into darkness for one minute and 58 seconds! The first total solar eclipse touching the continental United States since 1979 touches down on the Oregon coast between Lincoln City and Newport at 10:15 a.m. PDT, which is where the Siletz Moorage in Located. Before Oregon, the shadow of the Moon (umbra) does not touch any other landmass or island before Oregon.
“The National Eclipse, the worlds greatest natural phenomenon will be the first coast-to-coast total solar eclipse in America since 1918. Entering Oregon and exiting in South Carolina, most of the Continental United States will be able to partially see the 2017 eclipse. However, to fully experience total darkness you must be within a 70 mile band of the shadow.
The difference between seeing the eclipse from within this band and outside of it is truly “Night & Day”
Oregon will be one of the most popular states to view the eclipse. While the rest of the United States offers a longer duration of totality, sections of the eclipse path in Oregon offers the best weather prospects anywhere along the entire eclipse path.
Two major viewing parties are being organized in Oregon. The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) has announced a viewing event at the state fairgrounds in Salem, see www.omsi.edu/eclipse-2017 for details. Another event, the Oregon SOLARFEST is being held in Madras, Oregon. See www.oregonsolarfest.com for information.
The Sustainable Living Center is the Oregon coast half way between Lincoln City and Newport Solar Eclipse Area. It is a perfect location to see the eclipse. Come and join us.
Looking directly at the Sun is unsafe except during the brief total phase of a solar eclipse (“totality”), when the Moon entirely blocks the Sun’s bright face, which will happen only within the narrow path of totality.
The only safe way to look directly at the uneclipsed or partially eclipsed Sun is through special-purpose solar filters, such as “eclipse glasses” or handheld solar viewers. Homemade filters or ordinary sunglasses, even very dark ones, are not safe for looking at the Sun. To date four manufacturers have certified that their eclipse glasses and handheld solar viewers meet the ISO 12312-2 international standard for such products: Rainbow Symphony, American Paper Optics, Thousand Oaks Optical, and TSE 17.
Always inspect your solar filter before use; if scratched or damaged, discard it. Read and follow any instructions printed on or packaged with the filter. Always supervise children using solar filters.
Stand still and cover your eyes with your eclipse glasses or solar viewer before looking up at the bright Sun. After glancing at the Sun, turn away and remove your filter — do not remove it while looking at the Sun.
Do not look at the uneclipsed or partially eclipsed Sun through an unfiltered camera, telescope, binoculars, or other optical device. Similarly, do not look at the Sun through a camera, a telescope, binoculars, or any other optical device while using your eclipse glasses or handheld solar viewer — the concentrated solar rays will damage the filter and enter your eye(s), causing serious injury.
Since we are within the path of totality, remove your solar filter only when the Moon completely covers the Sun’s bright face and it suddenly gets quite dark. Experience totality, then, as soon as the bright Sun begins to reappear, replace your solar viewer to glance at the remaining partial phases.
An alternative method for safe viewing of the partially eclipsed Sun is pinhole projection. For example, cross the outstretched, slightly open fingers of one hand over the outstretched, slightly open fingers of the other. With your back to the Sun, look at your hands’ shadow on the ground. The little spaces between your fingers will project a grid of small images on the ground, showing the Sun as a crescent during the partial phases of the eclipse.