Courier intern Sam Schwartz – grandson of the newspaper’s founder March Schwartz – was one of tens of thousands of people who flocked to Salem, Oregon this week to catch a glimpse of the eclipse. Schwartz camped overnight at Bush’s Pasture Park in Salem, which is in the path of totality, allowing for the best view of the eclipse. He also took along a copy of the Courier during his downtime. Even if you missed the eclipse, hope is not lost. You can still join the Carry the Courier Club. Snap a photo of yourself on your next trip with the Courier and e-mail it to email@example.com with caption information.
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