Hello {!firstname},

Well, finally the first day of Spring has arrived!

We were having a discussion this morning at work, about how the Groundhog, Wiarton Willie as he is affectionately
known should be fired and replaced, since he predicted an early Spring.

See Willie lives up North in a small town  in northern Ontario, called Wiarton.  In fact, he even has a special place
built for him in front of the Wiarton Library.  I know, because I've seen it!

Well, when I got up  this morning, I saw signs of snow everywhere. 

Signs of Winter! Not Spring......

We finally came to our senses and realized
that a flipping rodent does not know a single thing about weather prognostication!

I mean where did this whole notion come from anyway? And exactly how does a groundhog communicate that it
has seen it's shadow???

Now likely, you have heard of a "Horse Whisperer", but a Ground hog whisperer? NEVER!
Or am I missing something here??

Alright, we are getting a bit carried away here....and now that Spring is officially here, it's time to start thinking
about more interesting things, like getting our telescopes out from there respective closets and starting to
think about some observing.

If your telescope or binoculars requires some tuning up, repairs  or collimation, then allow for our expert technician to take a look
at it for you, and get it ready for the exciting Observing season ahead of us.

So, give us a call at local 416 783 4140 or Toll Free 1 800 580 7160  or drop us an email at info@khanscope.com or just bring your instrument in and we can take care of
it for you.

If you not located in Toronto, we can still assist you and provide information on how to ship your instrument in
to us for assessment.

Wishing you clear skies  {!firstname},

 

Ray Khan

PS  At least the Sun was shining brightly in Toronto this morning, and it felt like Spring was finally in the air!