Dracula, I made a typing error in my date specifying Jan 20, 2018 when this week end is obviously Jan 20 2019. The eclipse I am attending is on the early evening of Sunday, Jan 20, 2019 - the link you have above, about the Super Duper Blood Moon, is an event that happened last year, on Jan 31, 2018, not the upcoming one this weekend Jan 20, 2019. I noticed the times were wrong - your link talks about 3 am Jan 31st , and the one this week end begins by 8-9 pm Jan 20 as per the links in APM's post.
It sounds like I may want to head back east a ways to stay clear of the mountains, or be way high up near Eisenhour or someplace if I have a good view to the east. I am sure I'll find more information when I get to Denver on Friday, weather in the plains permitting.
I am planning on shooting with my Sigma 300-800, or the 500 prime I used for the lunar eclipse images, with a Canon body of some type.
My solar eclipse images were done with a m4/3 Panasonic GX8 with a Panasonic Lumix 100-400 at 400mm ( 800mm full frame equivalent focal length )