Brandon Rettke
Mark Johnston

Review of "James Hart" by Extreme Chase Tours

General review

I booked this tour after doing a little research and decided to go with Lanny and his company. I chose to go the last week of May as Lanny described that time as having the best potential to possibly see a tornado. Spent a little time talking to him on the phone before booking the tour to get a feel for him. He was very helpful and for sure knowledgeable. The tour started out from Tulsa and we chased all over Oklahoma, Kansas, Texas Nebraska and even went into Colorado. The tour itself was amazing. I made lasting friends and had a wonderful time. Both Lanny and Eric were professional but not stuck up. Lanny is probably one of the funniest guys I have ever met and was glad to share his humor on the tour. We chased everyday except for arrival day and the leave day. We saw 5 super cells and 1 tornado which was the most amazing thing I have ever seen. The tour was great and no I had no problems with it at all. I am planning on going back next year with them.

Vehicle review:

The tour car was fine. It was comfortable. It had weather gear on it and radar as well which we used a lot. I brought a very large suitcase and that took up a lot of room so I would recommend to everyone that they pack a little smaller for more room. Great car.

Tour guide review:

Lanny was my tour guide and as described above he is a very down to earth funny guy. He is also very knowledgeable about the weather. More so than our local meteorologists or weather people. I would say that Lanny made the best out of the tour. He trained us and taught us what we were looking at. I would go with him again and plan on next year.

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