Cirrus clouds covered the sky all night long. There were occasional
thinning of the clouds, which permitted spectropolarimetry of the brighter
blazars, but it was a slow process probing past the soup.
In general, the seeing was around 2 arcsec.
Over a half dozen blazars were observed, but for most, the signal-to-noise
of the measurements will not be as high as is typical for these objects.