Cliff Mygatt Astronomical League Master Observer
Astronomical League Lunar II & Constellation Hunter programs national coordinator President, Olympic Astronomical Society Bremerton, WA
Orion XT12i Fully flocked with Zambuto Mirror, Protostar quartz secondary and Moonlite CR focuser
Meade 8" LX10 SCT Fully Flocked with Magellan I DSCs
Orion 120mm and William Optics 80mm Refractors Ethos 21mm,17mm,13mm,10mm,8mm,6mm,4.7mm,3.7mm Nagler 31mm and paracorr type 1
Quote:Nice list of choices, can't wait for nicer weather!
Quote: I have been to Skyview acres. Quote: ...and has nice concrete pads to set up on
Quote: ...and has nice concrete pads to set up on
Quote:...but a neighbor leaves an outdoor light on and won't cooperate.
Quote: Here's a short list of sites I've checked out and enjoyed:
Quote: I'll be interested to check out a couple of the grey area sites you listed, when I can get down there.
Quote:Any of you guys with Rose City astronomers?They use the Wapinita airstrip for their gigs, its nice, but always breezy.
Tom (Pegster) DSH-8 (GSO Dob) 15x70 Oberwerks ED80/SVP WO 66P Sears Discoverer EQ 60/900 8x42 Regals History is Philosophy teaching by examples. Thucydides
Quote:I spend quite a bit of time on The Deschutes in a grey/black zone which isnt on CSC yet, but the fishing is great, all camp sites are by the water and the milky way will cast a shadow because its so dark.
DaveToday's forecast: strong desire to observe mixed with frequent cloudsObsession 20" f5 ClassicTeleport 12.5"Meade 8" LNT SCT6" ATRCAntares 152mm refractorBurgess 91mm apoBinoculars:Vortex Viper 8x42Pentax PCF WPII 10x50G.O. 28x110Ethi & ES Eyepieces
Mike "Once in a while you can be shown the light In the strangest of places if you look at it right" - Robt. Hunter
Webster 14.5" f/4.5, "Sugaree" Televue NP 101 (name not yet apparent) Siebert Black Night BVs 8 X 42 Celestron Regals, 12 X 36 Canon IS II