John — nice shots! I love the detail of the triangulum region, and of course the dust lanes of NGC 891.
Dean — thanks for the nice report. Your detailed and recorded observations are a pleasure to read (and something I need to learn).
I got out for a while on Friday as well but the humidity was really high. Lenses would fog over every minute or two, even after using a hot-air dryer to warm them up. You could see thin fog under streetlights too, so I should have known better than to try imaging M33. After 30 minutes of exposures (and dryer operation), the result was a disappointing orange skyglow with a slightly brighter patch at the center of M33.
Following the M33 photo fiasco, star clusters would be about the only thing worth finding in the fog. Saw M objects 35 36 37 38 44 which looked very nice even through the haze. Somehow managed to also see M1 M78 M77 M81-82 and of course M42-43. After packing up and getting ready for bed, I grabbed the finder scope and from the living room floor stumbled upon M41; it was fun to "find" something new without specifically looking for it, especially while wearing pajamas and staying warm.