Skye Dance 40 blasted into cloudy skies the evening of Sunday, April 4th 2004. The forecast was awful; we under under a flash flood watch with a 70% chance of heavy thunderstorms with hail, tornados, earthquakes, volcanos, your standard biblical end of the world type stuff. Yeah, right! It turned into a fantastic day for flying rockets. The wind was dead calm, temperature was 72 degrees and the overcast was at 14,000 feet. Though there had been rain showers around all week, our field hadn't received any rain so it was completely dry. Let's fly some rockets!