My older daughter wanted to learn how to flyfish, so we took a quick trip to a local lake. I saw a storm coming from the west, so we spent a short time casting, then walked down to the bank. After a few casts she was able to hook and land a couple of bluegill. I think the next mission will be to teach fly tying, and when her casting skills improved, carp on fly. When the lightning came, we drove home, and practiced more casting in the yard. That storm I saw would later wreak havoc in the area. Don't know if it was a tornado, but news said winds of 120-140mph. Thankful that all I have is possible hail damage. Others weren't as fortunate. Have to respect Mother Nature.