I know lunar eclipses aren't that uncommon. But you're watching the earth's shadow move quickly across the moon, making a shadow puppet of one space rock on another. That's cool, and it's worth stopping a minute to watch.
But we couldn't watch at home, because our weather has been hit or miss all spring and today was a miss. So I checked the weather, noticed Wisconsin should be nice, and came across Devil's Lake State Park, which sounds kinda metal, and comes billed as having pretty dark skies.
Three hours on the road brought us there around 9pm, just in time to get super confused about paying for entry to the park and plant ourselves next to the Satan lake in question and catch the eclipse.
I love that you can see the stars in the last photo, after the moon is completely hidden behind the earth's shadow.