I just went on a 2 week family vacation to CA. Lots of night driving. Not a peep out of my contact lens, and never any pain at all and wore them for 14+ hours daily. We went to Yosemite and at 5000 feet elevation, found a remote field and just went stargazing for a few hours with my kids. Did you know that most kids never see a starry night? It was the first time I’d done this since cornea transplant surgery – and it was wonderful. I had my new soft lens in place and each star was a pinprick. Meteors, satellites and more. I imagined my donor out there somewhere. I think we might join a stargazing group in Lexington.