Here in Boise it got a little dark, but not totally dark, because the eclipse was only at 99.6% totality. However, if you wonder what the eclipse looked like from areas of totality check out this video from Idaho Falls.

Thousands if not millions of people hit the road to locations across southern Idaho to get a once in a lifetime chance to see a Total Solar Eclipse. It will be the last time for over a hundred years here in Idaho. If you missed it for any reason here are a couple of videos for you to relive the eclipse.

One of the first spots to view the total eclipse was in Lincoln City Oregon. Here's what it looked like: