The seeing South Louisiana in the summer is not great. So I will keep trying, hoping for a night with clear skies and stable atmospheric conditions before Mars & Saturn fade into the west until next year.
I did enjoy some lunar viewing. At F16 the moon's violent history is nicely revealed. Even some craters house craters. I'm not a lunar maven so I'm not sure of the surface location of these images.
In more recent nights, the sky has been largely cloudy such that even the the full moon is partially or even fully obscured. So for now my telescopes sleep, dreaming of clear skies.