I’ll be most reachable in the late afternoon. (How to contact me)

It was a real privilege to see the total solar eclipse on Monday. My video of the “moment of totality” is below.

But it took 14 hours to drive back to Washington from western North Carolina, along with hundreds of thousands of eclipse-watchers from the northeastern United States. We arrived in Washington at 5:30AM yesterday (Tuesday). It was a difficult workday.

I’m back today, and working at home since WOLA is under renovation for the remainder of the week. I’m going to Colombia with a member of Congress on Friday, so the main thing is to nail down final details for that trip. I have calls scheduled with reporters and journalists, and a meeting with a foundation interested in Colombia, so will be hard to reach most of the day.

Watching the eclipse from Adam Isacson on Vimeo.