Hi folks I have some observing to share with you. On Saturday I setup my big rig LX-200 for some serous deepsky observing as it was the first day that the moon was truly out of the way. Anyone want to guess on what happened next? Yup the clouds rolled in. Well I was just about to give up but since the clouds where quite thin I decided to get a quick look at the planets. The view was not all that impressive so I got a bit lazy and decided to go watch some TV and hope that the clouds would clear. Came out about 1.5 hours later and it was evident that there where still some very thin and high clouds but I still decided to take another look at Jupiter before I packed up. Man am I happy that I did. That night I seen the best I have ever seen Jupiter. The night was far from steady but somehow once every few seconds the seeing would get real good. This usually does not happen so I don’t know what was going on. Anyway the attached sketch is what I drew out of memory and not at the scope. Just a little description of the details that I saw: A: the top portion of the planed had a very light brown color to it. No detail seen here. B: the whit portion was also featureless except for a few moments when the seeing cleared and I "think" I saw some stuff there but not sure. C: I don’t know what the deal is with this belt but I just could not pick up much detail in it. E: Probably was the most impressive belt of them all because I could actually see any little festoons in it. It was mixed in with belt F. The festoons where at the right portion of the belt and I think I counted about 4 "large" ones in the belt all in a single row. G: this belt in moments of very good seeing had a lot of detail in it but it is hard to describe it all so I won’t. This was the first time that I have seen the GRS actually kind of red. It was more like orange but a lot better then the usual skin color. H: Two small belts that where not stretched across the entire planet. J: This white area showed some detain in moments of good seeing like little belts but I was not sure. K: The bottom tip was like the top. I used ~178x(14mm Meade UWA). A little background about my experience in observing and drawing: I can’t draw. :-) As you can probably see. I'm trying to get some practice before Mars rolls around. Observing wise I mainly do deepsky: Nebulas and GC mainly. Planets only when the moon is out but even then as you all know most of the time the seeing sucks.