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I traveled up to the Angeles National Forest to get to some darker skies. The only DSO that I found that night was M42. At first I wasn't even sure what I was looking at was even the nebula but as I increased the magnification it was clear this was it.
I observed M67 shortly after Praesepe and Jupiter, they made a pretty tight triangle. This particular open cluster isn't super impressive. I estimated about 50 bright stars and many more dimmer ones. The entire cluster fit into the FOV of my 25mm eyepeice, so it's not that large either. Worth a stop if you're in the area, though.