Tsutomu “Ben” Soejima, leader of a group Japanese eclipse tourists visiting Weiser, reads off GPS coordinates to members who are in town for the eclipse. Soejima now has seen 15 total eclipses and will take the tour group to Chile for the 2019 eclipse. Soejima chose Weiser over Rexburg because of the cheaper cost and accessibility from Boise.
Tsutomu “Ben” Soejima, leader of a group Japanese eclipse tourists visiting Weiser, reads off GPS coordinates to members who are in town for the eclipse. Soejima now has seen 15 total eclipses and will take the tour group to Chile for the 2019 eclipse. Soejima chose Weiser over Rexburg because of the cheaper cost and accessibility from Boise. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Tsutomu “Ben” Soejima, leader of a group Japanese eclipse tourists visiting Weiser, reads off GPS coordinates to members who are in town for the eclipse. Soejima now has seen 15 total eclipses and will take the tour group to Chile for the 2019 eclipse. Soejima chose Weiser over Rexburg because of the cheaper cost and accessibility from Boise. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

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