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    gardenfish
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    @gardenfish

    We used to say “Look a cloud” to the guests at the resort. Did not happen too often, but a few times a year. Now it’s “Look the sun”. WTF!   Since Thanksgiving there has not been much of a chance to image.I think I got 2 or 3 but only a night each.  Now the next 3 days……rain……rain…..rain!!! I guess another thing I got into a little to late 🙂

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    Brian
    @europa

    Hahahahahahaha.

     

    Yesterday I sent someone a pix of the mountains, they are really green, of course that’ll turn into fuel this summer.

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    gardenfish
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    @gardenfish

    I know, but as you said wait until it all dries out and wildfires start. But they sure are green. Then we will end up like Cali last year……clear skies but SMOKE!

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    gardenfish
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    @gardenfish

    I am waiting for a couple good nights. With my new mount and scope setup I have one more night needed to dial in the OAG, and then one more to check meridian flip setings, polar align and cone error.

     

    Ok maybe 3 nights needed

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    Sean
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    @h2opolo

    I just talked about this on Doug’s site.  I have never seen it so bad.  Maybe there is something to the Tin Foil Hat guys that say the government is spraying the skies!

    I swear in 2016 I imaged almost every night.  I turned out over 15 images that year.

    In 2017 I was lucky to get 25 nights all year

    So far this year I have gotten 1 night last week.

    It sucks, I hate it.  Now I know what it’s like to live in Washington State

    Sean

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