After a few false starts last night eventually decided to become clear so I homed in on NGC 7380 which is another emission nebula in Cepheus. It made a change to have a session which was uninterrupted by cloud of some form or another though strong gusts of wind buffeted the scope badly at times. This ruined a few subs but the extra air movement kept the sky quite transparent for a long period. (One of the subs is included for reference). Details: WO Megrez 88 + Baader MPCC. 10x 10 minute exposures @ iso800 with CLS in DSS, CS2 & XAT Image Optimiser.