Finally back on my PC, eclipse viewing went better than expected. Was originally going to Hopkinsville but traffic was terrible, GPS kept cutting out, ended up going a few miles out of the way crossing the Tennessee border. Tennessee near Nashville and Clarksville was horrible, all the rest stops full. It was quite late around 3AM EST/2AM CST, so I looked on the GPS for towns in the line of totality in Kentucky that were still close. I found a small town that wasn't shown on the Eclipse maps called Guthrie, was only 2° off from the center line of totality, weather forecast was clear all day, and there was barely anyone there. By the time the eclipse started there were maybe 30 people in all, and a decent sized group of astronomers with some pretty fancy equipment and a whole tent setup on this grass lot where everyone was camping out.
I have pictures of the partial eclipse but not really worth posting since they were taken through welding glass.
Couple of minutes before totality, from my snapchat
Wanted to watch totality with my eyes as much as possible so I used around 30 seconds to setup camera, and did the rest with remote control, so as totality was happening I snapped a large series of images hoping it would work.
Here are a few
It was one of the coolest things I have ever seen and it went by incredibly quick. I did a quick conversion from raw format so a lot of data was lost in these compressed versions.