Earlier in the summer, I went through the hard work of creating a list of the 40 Highest Proper Motion Stars in spreadsheet form. I was reminded while doing so that I need to try and see Teegarden's Star, a 15th-magnitude red dwarf star in Aries that has the 9th largest proper motion and yet was only discovered in 2003. Well, in a recent thread started by CN member Redbetter, he mentioned viewing Teegarden's Star in his 20-inch after midnight.
So, here is a link to a PDF document I just created where I map out where to find Teegarden's Star in far eastern Aries. Hopefully, I too will get around to seeing it too this autumn or winter in my 10-inch SCT.