Choctaw Moondate: Onáfa Hohchafo Chito, Second Quarter Ends

Starting the day today with the closest brightest moon Earth has seen in near 70 years. It is the brightest full moon to be seen for many months and seasons to come. The Choctaw month, Hohchafo Chito, is the second moon cycle in Onáfa, winter season. The second quarter temperatures were finally remaining lower, with morning sunrise temperatures in the mid and low 40s. This first day of the third quarter began at 7:52am in Choctawland, when hashninnak a̱ya, moon, reached 100%. It was also much cooler this morning with the sunrise temperature at 36 degrees. 

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