I must say, I found the lunar eclipse last night to be a bit disappointing... granted, our sky was totally cloudy and it just looked like a little reddish, fuzzy blob, but ever since seeing Saturn through a telescope in my astronomy class in college (which was seriously, SOOOO awesome), I always have high expectations for announced "big happenings" in the heavens.
Something that I have always really wanted to see is a total solar eclipse. According to trusty Wikipedia the next ones that could possibly be convenient for me to view would be August 21, 2017, visible from Idaho and Wyoming-which are worth driving to, if I end up living in Utah. And if the East becomes my home, never fear, I have only to wait a few more years because on April 28, 2024 there will be another, visible from the Eastern US.
I've already marked my calendar :)