Last night the full moon rose up above Lake Superior and it was a beautiful sight. The enormous golden sphere reflected off of the calm waters of the lake and left me gazing in awe. While technically the full moon may have been on Sunday night last night’s looked just as big since it was the first supermoon of 2020 and the second-closest full moon this year. The March full moon is known as Worm Moon, Crow Moon or Sap Moon. In northern Minnesota we commonly refer to it as the sap moon because this is when the sap in the maple trees runs and is collected for making syrup.
Of course I didn’t get a photo of it but here are a couple of other full moons rising above Lake Superior. Plan your next trip to Voyageur Canoe Outfitters during a full moon and you might just get to see this for yourself!