Howdy all; I got a good nap this afternoon so I was up late working on a project. After I was tired of working on the computer I decided to step outside and see if the meteor shower was going to happen. Yes, I know that the Quadrantids are the most unpredictable of meteor showers. I stayed outside for 30 minutes as the gibbous Moon set. I saw exactly three meteors all from the radiant to the north of Bootes and south of the Head of Draco. Two meteors were about 10 degrees long and 3rd magnitude and one was 15 degrees long and first magnitude. Not much of a shower by my standards. All of this is from a site about 10 miles northwest from Wickenburg, Arizona. I could easily see the Beehive star cluster and several stars involved within the Coma Star Cluster. So, I would estimate my limiting magnitude at 5.5 once the Moon set. There were some distant clouds along the western horizon, but none where I was observing. Maybe next time; Steve Coe -- See message header for info on list archives or unsubscribing, and please send personal replies to the author, not the list.