Standard warning for random readers: it is very dangerous to look directly at the sun, especially through binoculars or telescope – permanent blindness is the likely outcome. NEVER do this unless you have a solar filter or solar scope bought from an approved astronomy dealer, and have the advice of experienced astronomers.
Safety first: Take out the Baader filter; examine it indoors; examine it outdoors; put on 5 inch telescope and look at the ground; aim at sky and look for holes; aim at sun and look with bad eye; finally look with good eye.
Through the skeins of cirrus the disc of the sun showed several active areas of spots, plus one on the limb. I watched peacefully for a while, swapping eyepieces and Barlow in and out. Eventually I tried to document what I saw by snapping down the 9mm eyepiece with my little hand-held Canon Powershot. One or two were reasonable; but don’t show the details of the monochrome disc floating in the eyepiece.
(If curious: a reference image and images from serious astronomers can be seen at http://www.spaceweather.com.)