Uvalde resident Arnold Gomez made a spur-of-the-moment decision to travel to Wyoming to view the total eclipse, which occurred last Monday. He traveled more than 17 hours to reach his destination, but Gomez said it is something everybody should witness at least once.
“I’ve always wanted to see a total eclipse because as a child I saw a partial eclipse, like the one you saw here in Uvalde,” Gomez said.
So several years ago, Gomez began looking at charts to see when the next total eclipse would occur.
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