I thought that's what the message was about...just making sure. Yes, I actually had one day off in that two week period, and that was the day. We got to Seymour,TX as the first storm was exploding, even though it should have been the best storm (there were 2 to the northwest), it puked. We drove north and caught the storm to the northwest west of Electra, and it had really taken off. The inflow was over 50mph! It looked like a tornado touched down briefly when we first got to it, but it wasn't well developed. The wall cloud was huge and there was a lot of rotation. We followed it to Burkburnett, TX and the wall cloud occluded and dissipated in the process. We also nearly ran over Jeff Piotrowski (Service-J) and his cameraman! They were in the MIDDLE of a highway taking video at a dead stop! We converged with the VORTEX armada near Randlett, OK and listened as a report of a tornado on the ground to our west, and we saw not even a wall cloud or a scud! VORTEX saw nothing also. The storm was wrapping precip. around us southwest of Corum but we saw no wall cloud. A few VORTEX units were moving into position and saw the tornado near Corum. Our driver and navigator for some weird reason decided to turn south instead of north at an intersection when the tornado was developing to our northeast. Needless to say we missed it, and then the storm really died. We went to Chickasha to eat at Jake's Ribs. Sometime there, another tornado was reported by VORTEX just after dark near Davis and Joy. That's it. Steve ps. I may put a picture of the wall cloud on my personal home page, if anyone's curious.