I'll be heading west and South Dakota and Wyoming are some of the destinations.
I plan to camp at least one night in the Bighorn National Forest in Wyoming and perhaps the Badlands National Park in S.D.
These will be darkers sites than I've ever used a scope before.
Due to space limitations in the vehicle, the 10" solid tube Dobsonian isn't going for a ride.
That leaves the 3" refractor with a SW AZ-GTI mount and the Celestron Nexstar SE6.
Ideally I'd like to take both of these setups but again this may take up too much space.
I really like the AZ-GTI mount and interface and using the C6 with that mount would be a solution.
Unfortunately the mounting plate on the Celestron tube is on the opposite side needed for the AZ-GTI and I don't see any tapped holes to move it.
Am I missing anything obvious here? (besides tapping new holes)
Would I be handicapping myself by only bringing the 3" scope and missing out too much by leaving the 6" home?