Tonight skywatchers around the Northern Hemisphere will witness a Strawberry Moon, a full moon on the Summer Solstice. We’ll not be among them. With a mountain covered in trees blocking our view of the eastern sky it will be hours before the moon will be visible to us at Tween Creeks and then only if the cloud cover clears. After today’s hike and an evening spent in front of the firepit the two of us are ready to hit the sack. But not without remembering our Summer Solstice ten years ago when we went hiking at Midnight in Talkeetna, Alaska!