Next I fished the 2 USB cables (camera & focuser) and ethernet (mount) through the pipe and into the office.
Here you can see the pipe extends about 1' above the office floor and beneath the desk.
So now my cables are conveniently laying on my desk top waiting to be plugged into my laptop for an observing session.
Since no astronomy blog post would be complete without at least one astro image, here is my image of NGC 1514, The Crystal Ball Nebula in Taurus. I took this with my Explore Scientific 127 CF at prime focus with my ZWO ASI071MC-Pro camera. The image is 11 x 5 minutes with no darks or flat frames and no post processing. The image was taken at Casa Mano Prieto in Fort Davis, Texas on Oct. 14, 2018.
Till next time.