No observing (I AM SO SICK OF STORMS AND CLOUDS AT NEW MOON and temps in the 50's in mid June!), but tomorrow looks very promising as does Tuesday. I had a great visit with Steve Coe yesterday and in all of our discussions we of coursed talked about observing. One of the things I learned from him is that he took a page and for each object he was observing he completely filled out that page on observing the object. In listening to my own observations on the Herschel 400, I find I am betting away from the enjoyment of viewing to get through the list. So, I am adjusting my observing. I will strive to get in 5 to 7 Herschel 400 objects on a session and then I will spend some high quality time on other objects that I will adapt Steve's observing technique on. I'm hoping on Tuesday to get some time out in the desert.