To me it seems that this year was as bad as any in the past few, but comparing to the droughts in the late 2000's isn't fair either. Also, this year saw the planets at their lowest altitude for me in the northern hemisphere. I had a grand total of 31 unique nights out that at least I deemed worthy.
Without further ado, here's the main image. - https://imgur.com/5owbbOE.png (Full Size!)
and with labels - https://imgur.com/7ZkL7aw.png (Full Size)
Mercury - https://imgur.com/iSD613y.png
Venus - https://imgur.com/d5X12LB.png
Moon (Luna) - https://i.imgur.com/Wg7hzrW.png
Mars - https://i.imgur.com/hO5MczO.png
Jupiter - https://imgur.com/oRvtqLn.png
Saturn - https://i.imgur.com/kabi5tn.png
Uranus - https://i.imgur.com/h4pU5L1.png
Neptune - https://imgur.com/1SUlOq4.png
Comet - https://imgur.com/TFWa00O.png
Sadly I didn't get a good chance to get any asteroids or minor planets aside from a widefield 46P/Wirtanen.
I hope you had a great 2018 and here's to a better 2019!!!