Well you didn't miss much here, just the usual typical dark-sky party at Antennas Sat. the 15th, with me and AJ Crayon and Darrell Spencer and son Noah, and Joe G. w/RV, and C. Whiting, and D. Bogan, et al, and it was typical clear dry steady skies all night and we looked at typical 15th mag double-quasars 9 billion ly away, and various typical galaxy structure and various stunning typical showpiece objects, so, you know, same ol' same ol'. Jack stevecoe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote: > Hello all; > > We are at Bryce Canyon, drove north on a rainy day and made it with no > trouble. Because the weather has been mediocre at best, we did no > observing at Zion. I could not get a signal to get on the Internet while > at Zion, so this is the catch up message. > > Again because of weather we just moved on north out of Flagstaff, spent a > couple of days near Kanab, Ut. We drove to the North Rim and spent some > time at those spectacular overlooks. After a great time in Zion, we drove > on north today. > > Tom and Jeannie Clark and I are in the Bryce Canyon Park camp ground. The > facilities are not much, just a place to put the RV. But, it is a LOT > cheaper than anything outside the park. If this latest weather front will > clear out we are going to try and get some observing done before the Moon > is too thick. > > Then it will be on to Capitol Reef Park and evertually to Colorado for the > June Star Party near Grand Junction. > > Clear skies to us all; > Steve Coe -- See message header for info on list archives or unsubscribing, and please send personal replies to the author, not the list.