Solar eclipse chasers travel the world for a few minutes in the shadow of the moon

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For David Makepeace, falling in love with eclipses was just pure happenstance.

It was 1991. He was 28, and in love with a young travel agent in his hometown of Toronto.

“She and I were moonstruck to begin with,” he said. “We would sit and watch the moon rise and set … So the moon was already a part of … the culture of our relationship.”

His girlfriend was recruited to visit La Paz, Mexico, to help with what was sure to be an influx of eclipse chasers and tourists from neighbouring California. She told him that it was supposed to be quite

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