Butser Ancient Farm was open Saturday. No Moon, so a good evening for observing.
I used the list of targets I didn't see from last couple of months and 'Philip's Stargazing with Binocular's' to plan the session. Here I provide the list of targets and a summary of the observations.
Kembles Cascade: Finally got to see the cascade. Forms an obvious line. A bit hazy and difficult to resolve individual stars. However, a nice target and looks best when using averted vision
M 44 (Open Cluster): Nice open cluster and found it quite easily. Could resolve about 10-15 stars. Also pretty sure I could see the cluster with the naked eye.
M 66 (Galaxy): Managed to locate where this one should be but could not see it. Think it must be too faint for my 10x50 bins.
M81 & M82: Struggled to find the galaxies. Think they must be too faint for my bins. I confirmed this when I Found these 2 in the March Sky and night binoculars tour. In here it suggest that a minimum of 15x70 bins. One for the telescope (when I get one).
Here is a link to my session log: