I am determined to find Andromeda. It has been written to be viewable with the naked eye, even with light pollution. I found Pegasus two years ago by using Cassiopeia as a pointer. Unfortunately, I bumbled my information at that point and thought Andromeda was just off the handle of the Big Dipper. Now that I know exactly where to find it, oddly enough, I can't seem to locate the largest constellation in the sky. A few hours after sunset I can still locate Cassiopeia and she is low enough where Pegasus should still be viewable. I know finding Andromeda will not be anything spectacular to my eyes, it's just the aesthetic value of see an object with my unaided eye which is so large that it is viewable from 2.5 lightyears away. Does anyone have any suggestions on possible other constellations I can use as pointers to zero in on Pegasus?