Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Southern California (7/4)

Southern California is a place in the United States that has "something for everyone". Besides the most obvious "Hollywood" and "Beverly Hills", no one can ignore the collaberation of culture and diversity in this area. Southern California also offers a lifestyle like no other, from beaches to theme parks.



Be sure to check out what visiting (or living in) california is like by checking out the OUTDOORS section of this site. These pictures can also be seen by clicking the link provided below ...

http://www.sky-chaser.com/outdoors.htm

Canada's Class-5 Rapids (6/29)

Canada is noted for its impressive beauty and appeal to the outdoor adventurer and sportsman alike. In the pictures above, you can see and almost feel the power of the Niagara River aboard a jet boat specially designed to drive right THROUGH class-5 rapids!



Check out many pictures of Canada and many other exciting destinations by checking out the OUTDOORS section of this site. These pictures can also be seen by clicking the link provided below ...

http://www.sky-chaser.com/outdoors.htm

Indiana Supercell (6/22)

A "suprise" chase was conducted with the start of the summer season in northern Illinois / Indiana on June 22, 2008 with a buddy of mine who "always wanted" to ride along on a storm chase with me!

Not expecting much, we both were awarded with a pretty little supercell storm that put out hail up to golfball sized (near Pulawski, Indiana).



A small chase log has been added to the LARGE section for the MIDWEST 2008 chase logs in the STORM CHASING section of this web site and can also be seen by clicking the link to it provided below ...

http://www.sky-chaser.com/mwcl2008.htm

Chase Trip 2008 (5/19 - 6/1)

I have finished a fantastic storm chasing trip in the central USA (Tornado Alley) from May 19 through June 1. The overall pattern for severe weather in this region was very active and many tornadoes have been intercepted during the trip!



Information on this storm chasing trip is available in the STORM CHASING section for MIDWEST CHASE LOG 2008 and can also be seen by clicking the link to it provided below ...

http://www.sky-chaser.com/mwcl08b.htm