So I finally managed to get the scope out last week... I know, ive taken my time to get to writing about it!! Throughout the day I was continually checking the weather reports to ensure i was on to a winner of a night, and my luck was in - clear until three am I impatiently waited for the sun to clear off and while i waited, I forgot that I still hadn't pulled my finger out and sorted a light shroud and dew shield for my latest scope (skywatcher 250px flex tube) so I rummaged through the garage for some cardboard and duct tape.... Job done!! I just hoped that it didn't get too dewy but yet again, my Lady Luck was on my side! So on to my observing, I had a list of a Few ngc fuzzies for the night but started off at the veil, using my 20mm uwa and OIII filter. I spent at least forty minutes taking in every faint and dainty whips of detail, not wanting to miss one photon! Next stop, M13. Keeping the same ep but removing the filter, i slew over to Hercules and using the telrad sit right on top of this lovely cluster. The uwa easily able to resolve to the core. As it is the same with most fuzzies, taking your time on each object really is worth while! I do a few more favourites such as the ring neb, the blinking planetary nebula in Cygnus, the dumbbell nebula and the double cluster to name a few. After i had stretched my legs around the sky, it was time for the galaxies, ngc 7626, 7479, 7217 and 7332. I used my stock 32mm plossl and it was pretty tricky to hunt them down. But im fortunate enough to live in a pretty dark area of the wirral. Overall, a great night out under the stars with good results low power eps on the Christmas stocking list me thinks!! To clear and moonless skies!!