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Eclipse viewing on public land goes without issue

Aug 27, 2017 From staff reports

Thousands of national and international visitors took advantage of prime viewing and camping opportunities on public lands managed by the BLM and state during ...


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This table outside the Riverton Post Office on East Main Street was a popular spot for solar eclipse visitors and local residents last week. A special Riverton postmark commemorating the Aug. 21 eclipse was available on an envelope carrying the unique, heat-sensitive eclipse stamp.</p><p>
Post office staffers Mark Ragan and Yolanda Randall manned the table on Eclipse day Aug. 21 as, from left, Charlie Ginsburg, Nancy Ginsburg and Melodie Linden, all of Riverton, bought their souvenirs. Photo by Steve Peck

This table outside the Riverton Post Office on East Main Street was a popular spot for solar eclipse visitors and local residents last week. A special Riverton postmark commemorating the Aug. 21 eclipse was available on an envelope carrying the unique, heat-sensitive eclipse stamp.

Post office staffers Mark Ragan and Yolanda Randall manned the table on Eclipse day Aug. 21 as, from left, Charlie Ginsburg, Nancy Ginsburg and Melodie Linden, all of Riverton, bought their souvenirs. Photo by Steve Peck


This table outside the Riverton Post Office on East Main Street was a popular spot for solar eclipse visitors and local residents last week. A special Riverton postmark commemorating the Aug. 21 eclipse was available on an envelope carrying the unique, heat-sensitive eclipse stamp.</p><p>
Post office staffers Mark Ragan and Yolanda Randall manned the table on Eclipse day Aug. 21 as, from left, Charlie Ginsburg, Nancy Ginsburg and Melodie Linden, all of Riverton, bought their souvenirs. Photo by Steve Peck

This table outside the Riverton Post Office on East Main Street was a popular spot for solar eclipse visitors and local residents last week. A special Riverton postmark commemorating the Aug. 21 eclipse was available on an envelope carrying the unique, heat-sensitive eclipse stamp.

Post office staffers Mark Ragan and Yolanda Randall manned the table on Eclipse day Aug. 21 as, from left, Charlie Ginsburg, Nancy Ginsburg and Melodie Linden, all of Riverton, bought their souvenirs. Photo by Steve Peck

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