The weather was supposed to be cloudy, but turned out to be clear. The seeing was around 3.5 to 4 out of 5. One look through the Questar and I knew that I at least had a shot at some decent imaging. I used a ZWO 174MM with a green ccd filter connected to the axial port (no barlow needed with this camera at f/15).
The first Jupiter image was taken at 2206 eastern time.
The second image was taken at 2324, and the third image of Saturn at 2338. All were with the planets between 26 and 28 degrees above the horizon.
Processed in Autostakkert, Registax, and Lightroom.
Thanks again for looking!