Last night (November 21st 2017) there was slightly better weather than the previous night, but again I got clouded out. Anyways, I did some more guiding experiments and I did some imaging of a new target SH2 236 which is in Auriga near the Flaming Star Nebula. I managed to get 10, 5 minute Hydrogen Alpha Exposures before the clouds came. I am particularly intrigued by the little tadpole like structures on the left side of this nebula. Just like the Claw, this one deserves more time, and maybe even color, but the weather gods decreed it not to be so. Oh well another time.