I got to spend a couple of nights camping in the desert at Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge
The second night transparency was fantastic, although clouds came in around sunset and stayed until after 10pm. It was well worth a shorter observing session though, because I finally got a good look at the spiral arms in NGC 1365! I have tried unsuccessfully quite a few times before- usually you can just see the core. It only gets about 22 degrees above the horizon, so conditions have to be perfect.
I had a planned list for the night but didn't really use it. I ended up just using SkySafari, picking off low altitude galaxies since transparency was so good. Next, I happened to try for NGC 1097 and I did a double take. Another barred spiral? Yes indeed.
Earlier in the evening I also saw a string of Starlink satellites go by and snapped a bad photo...
In the early morning of the 3rd I got up to see C/2021 A1 (Leonard) near M3. I did a very, very quick sketch after oversleeping a bit. This sketch has been edited in post to make the comet and M3 smaller, so it's a lot more accurate (not something I usually do)