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What You'll Get
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- $109 for two tickets to Explore the Stars/Geminid Meteor Shower boat cruise ($300 value)
- $209 for four tickets to Explore the Stars/Geminid Meteor Shower boat cruise ($600 value)
The eponymous star aficionado at Mark’s Tree Farm invites sky gazers onto a trusty deep-sea-fishing vessel, which ventures away from the lights of the city to reveal thousands of stars overhead—and, during the Geminid meteor shower, the instantaneous blaze of meteors entering the atmosphere—for a 4-hour astronomy tour. High-powered laser pointers draw temporary maps throughout the lesson, which steers eyeballs toward galaxies and planets. Mark also points out constellations, including Orion and the three huge balls of tinfoil that make up Orion’s Belt. Food and beverages will be available for purchase, and the tour is not recommended for children younger than 12. Weather and sky conditions dictate visibility.
Cruises leave the dock at 8 p.m. and return at midnight. Geminid Meteor Shower cruises are available on December 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15; regular Milky Way cruises occur on January 16, 17, 23, and 24.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 24, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. 24 hour cancellation required. Subject to weather conditions. Valid only on 12/11/14, 12/12/14, 12/13/14, 12/14/14, 12/15/14, 1/16/15, 1/17/15, 1/23/15, or 1/24/15. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Mark's Tree Farm
Although its name does hint at the long, sharp-scented ranks of Christmas trees, Mark's Tree Farm acts as a gateway to many more of nature's marvels. In tribute to the powers of Mother Earth, Mark grows the trees without the use of any chemicals. The expert stargazer also invites groups to follow his laser pointer and the aim of his telescope during astronomy tours on the farm's enclosed viewing space.
Among the whispering leaves, the sharp tang of evergreen boughs mixes with the aromas of hickory and apple wood in the cooling air. Mark lubricates all of his cutting tools, which slice chips and chunks for smoking meats with canola oil, rather than petroleum-based lubricants that can carry carcinogens. He also packages firewood in custom lengths to fit in different stoves and underwhelming time capsules.