Hard to believe it's been so long since posting readings, so here goes:

Recent observations:

October 31, 2017, noon CST, north-south line pointed 8.875" right on AOB.

November 3, 2017, noon CST, north-south line pointed 7.5" right on AOB.

November 8, 2017, noon CST, north-south line pointed 5.5" right on AOB.

November 11, 2017, noon CST, north-south line pointed 6.125" right on AOB.

November 16, 2017, noon CST, north-south line pointed 4.0" right on AOB.

November 19, 2017, noon CST, north-south line pointed 3.0" right on AOB.

New observations:

November 20, 2017, noon CST, north-south line pointed 2.0" right on Add-on Board.

November 21, 2017, noon CST, north-south line pointed 3.25" right on AOB.

November 22, 2017, noon CST, north-south line pointed 3.0" right on AOB.

November 23, 2017, noon CST, north-south line pointed 1.25" right on AOB.

November 24, 2017, noon CST, north-south line pointed @ corner where concrete meets AOB.

November 25, 2017, noon CST, north-south line pointed 0.75" right on AOB.

November 26, 2017, noon CST, north-south line pointed @ corner where concrete meets AOB.

November 28, 2017, noon CST, north-south line pointed 14.5" right on concrete.

November 30, 2017, noon CST, north-south line pointed 13.75" right on concrete.

December 2, 2017, noon CST, north-south line pointed 5.375" right on concrete.

December 3, 2017, noon CST, north-south line pointed 7.75" right on concrete.

Soon we will be at Winter Solstice, and this is one I've been waiting for all year! Because of the pattern I'm seeing recently regarding the length of the Sun's noon shadow, am especially interested in both types of Solstice data: noon sun shadow length, as well as direction the north-south line points--will it be consistent with the recent years' data, or will it diverge?

Stay tuned, as the graph of noon sun shadow length, plotted by day, comparing 2015, 2016, and 2017 will be published shortly as the most recent graph is filling up quickly.