I always thought you couldn't actually see where the rainbow hits the earth. That all changed this past Sunday as I was driving back from salmon fishing!

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As the girls and I were coming over The Blues through Oregon on our way home from Drano Lake it was raining and the sun was shining. Suddenly there were two huge rainbows in the sky! Double rainbows mean good luck! As we came around the corner we saw that the more vibrant of the two rainbows was touching the road. I have never seen that in my life. It was crazy! The traffic coming the other way was driving through it. Have you ever seen a semi truck go from red-orange-yellow-green-blue-indigo-violet? I have! As we got closer though, the rainbow would move, like the moon does when your driving. I wanted to get close and see if their was pot of gold at the end. It was so cool to see the ground change colors as it moved across the land. Of course when I got home I looked it up to see if the rainbow actually touches the ground or if there really is an end. If my eye shows me an end there is one because "Rainbows are simply beautiful multi-colored arcs of light in the sky." They have no actual physical properties so they really can't touch anything, but my eyes told me they did on Sunday all because of the "light being refracted through millions of droplets of water."

I'm still going to continue looking for my pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Never stop believin'!