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As we all know, we buy a piece of astronomy equipment and the weather gods get evil. The more expensive the kit, the worse the weather. I've just spent a small fortune on a new mount. Get the worst storm system passing through in 5 years. Who knows what a shelf cloud is?

Hail, rain, wind and lightning. The lighting hit really close to our home and my modem blew up. Thank god my computers didn't get touched. Natures is amazing. 

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I have the same problem here Ray, only I haven't bought any new gear. So I'll put it down to being your fault for buying such a magnificent mount. :rolleyes:

Shane

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Wonderful cloud shots! were supposed to get an El Nino relief four our drought this spring. Northern California got a good dose so reservoirs filled up and that's good for us in Pasadena as we rely on their water. Got clear skies instead, but timed the expected rain for a a back surgery! No lifting anything over five pounds for a while, so I'm obliged to enjoy your postings till June!

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