My buddy and I went out for our skeet league today where we learnded we were only the 5th and 6th shooters to show up. We're on Long Island, and today's weather was light snow and RIPPING wind, which blew on the skeet field we were on from left to right. The high house flew out like 5 times the normal speed, and the low house was like slow motion. Through all of this my buddy perservered and shot very respectably all day. I did OK, but he did better. On shot he had was on station 1 low house where the clay literally slowed to a stop and hovered for about five seconds ten feet above his head where he very comedically just plucked it. The action that they took in flight was RETARDED, ducking, climbing straight up, diving straight down. It was possibly the best time I've ever had skeet shooting. You all should try it some time.