The last night was definitely the clearest of the past two weeks. The Milky Way was very well defined and there were so many stars visible that it was difficult to find even the most common constellations. These photos were captured from the air strip at Chena Hot Springs between 01:07-01:13 AM on March 23 during the most intense part of the display. Aldebaran and the Pleiades can be seen just over the horizon in the first image and the Big Dipper is directly overhead in the second image. Many more photos from this and the previous nights can be seen here.
Photo details: Canon EOS 5D Mark II, Zeiss Distagon 25mm f/2.0 ZE lens, 800 ASA, 6-18 sec. exposures