The question on the minds of many people who are planning a trip to attend a meteor shower in Norway is “What can I bring with me?” Many meteor showeratories will ask you to bring something to bring with you to lessen the effects of the Geminids meteor shower. This is completely okay; meteor showers are naturally occurring events, no need to bring a bunch of junk to get out there and enjoy them. If you were to take some time and ponder it, you might find that bringing along something to do with your local nature is much more desirable than bringing along a bunch of stuff that will end up gathering dust in the back of a closet.
Here’s a tip for the meteor shower lords of the world: why not offer a prize to the person who brings the most stuff to the event? That way they don’t have to buy a load and then spend all their money on junk because they brought too much. You should be able to pay for any cost associated with the occasion just by displaying an award. It doesn’t have to be a lot of money, just something that represents you and your love of the sky. Let the meteor shower lord knows how much appreciation you feel about his job and you might find that they won’t charge you as much as they usually do.
Some meteor showerlords have a “terrarium” where people can go to see all of their favorite stars while holding their own mini telescope. You can even bring along your own camera. That way you can take photos, upload them to your computer or email them to family and friends. If you have a family photo collection, this is a great way to bring home to everyone just what a special part of your life is going on during your special event. Just keep in mind that these items should always be kept on a safe from chemicals and liquids.
Bringing along things like wine glasses, coolers, cutlery, napkins, and party hats will make your event even more memorable. It might also be fun to bring along some mints or mouth wash to use as a promotional item. Some of the great ideas are to bring things which remind you of a favorite movie, book, or other thing. These are just a few of the many ways that you can earn some dollars and let meteor showerlords know just how grateful you are.
Of course, not everything you do at the event is to thank the meteor shower lords, but it’s nice to give them recognition. This means things like taking pictures with them, writing them out on a napkin for everyone to see, and doing craft activities such as pinning houses. Sometimes, people will want to give money to the meteor shower lord in order to do more things with it after the event. This can range from camping and hiking, to doing something special for children.
If you’re unsure about what to give, talk with other organizers of similar events to see what they recommend. You might even be able to get suggestions from them on how to best give out prizes. When you’re choosing what to give out, consider how much the prize should be, whether you have the time to hand out the gifts, and whether the event is memorable enough to warrant a gift. Remember, you don’t have to spend a lot of money on expensive presents; sometimes, it’s simply more meaningful to give something that goes to the heart and is more useful. Consider a new way to give out prizes, and see if you can’t top the old favorites. The best gifts are the ones that show that you gave the extra effort.