Wow, the praying really paid off! Finally a clear sky. The fog rolls in pretty quick so I made it a short one. I decided to brush up on my memory and have a short stint with a little of everything so I quickly ran out to get an observation session in while the
gettin's good. It was only about a 40 minute session where I just went through the list of known objects (though a new one came up - NGC 1907!).
Here's what I looked at with only a brief study on each one - no time for journaling each object this night:
NGC 6826 (Blinking Planetary)
Cepheus NGC 6939
OCL 321 (Owl Cluster)
NGC 7662 (Blue Snowball)
Perseus Open Cluster