BISMARCK, N.D. - People from all over drove to get the best view of the eclipse. Monsignor Patrick Schumacher drove more than 300 miles to Casper, Wyo., to view the totality of the eclipse.
He woke up at 1:30 this morning to beat the rush of traffic, which he said was a smart thing to do because traffic is getting intense.
Rest stops were even full of cars and campers.
"The drive will be worth it, I think the difficulty is not getting in to Caser, I think it's probably going to be getting out, which is fine. We've already seen it and the eclipse will be over," said Schumacher.
Monsignor Schumacher had a mass before seeing the eclipse, and he says the view of the totality was spectacular.