A clear night at last! Well, pretty clear anyway. I managed quite a few things including some variable stars (SS Cyg a reccurring nova, quiet at mag 10, TW lyr invisible at fainter than mag 13) one of Tuesday's Delphinus objects, the globular cluster NGC 7006, an object some 135,000 lyr away! Compared to M13 which is only 22,200 lyr away, 7006 is a very distant globular indeed, right on the edge of the halo around the milky way galaxy. In the eyepiece it was small and quite faint, looking nothing more than a small patch of dim light, but not quite so faint it need averted vision to see. It did not respond particularly well to increased magnification and showed best at around 70X.
M13 was also enjoyed for a while as was M57 briefly.
As usual much time was lost in trying to orient the field of view to discover exactly where I was looking, this can be harder to do with a go to scope than with a straight forward driven mount as you have the option then of manually re positioning without disturbing the current alignment. Still, once it was on track it is very quick at locating stuff.
Came in for T, when I went back out a large group of clouds appeared, so I called it a night.