The skies above Maunakea finally cleared this weekend, allowing a long-awaited return to observing. Although these nights were nominally assigned to normal queue operations, three FT observations were used as convenient fillers. The very short FT-5 program was completed, and the first of three epochs were obtained for FT-2 and FT-3. Starting tonight, the Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute is executing their own “mini-queue” at Gemini North, which will take priority over all other observations. The next dedicated FT night is scheduled for April 01.