Monsoon debris clouds from huge storms that developed in eastern Arizona during
the day were a problem all night long. Clouds were thickest
in the middle and at the end of the night. Most of the last two hours were
lost to clouds. Despite the marginal night, over a half dozen targets were
successfully observed for polarization. Photometry was only acquired for one
blazar (BL Lac) since a comparison star can be placed within the slit while
the blazar is observed. Seeing was between 1.5 and 3 arcsec.