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    Default Re: NO SKUNKS….NO COYOTES….JUST STARS and a couple PLANETS



    A final post on this thread.

    My para-mount came in last night. It is a beautiful piece of work. I talked to Kevin at Oberwerk this morning on how to set it on my tall wood tripod. All set.
    Kevin is a great guy and very helpful BTW.
    So...skies are fuzzy now, but I am going to spend this evening in my living room in my recliner practicing with this new rig.
    Next session will be sooo much fun...I can hardly wait. :-)
    Thanks everyone for your participation with me here.
    Now, back to fixin stuff so I can get home early and practice on my new instrument... :-)
    Clears and cheers to all!
    ES 80 Apo

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    Default Re: NO SKUNKS….NO COYOTES….JUST STARS and a couple PLANETS

    Hello Mark,

    that must have been a great binocular session!
    Thanks for the excellent report,

    JG
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    Default Re: NO SKUNKS….NO COYOTES….JUST STARS and a couple PLANETS

    Quote Originally Posted by j.gardavsky View Post
    Hello Mark,

    that must have been a great binocular session!
    Thanks for the excellent report,

    JG
    It was crazy good JG.
    I have my P mount now and a zero grav chair.
    I slso have some velcro to fix my laser site on the bino mount more securely.
    I am going out again tonight. :')
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