Bummer. :/ I know you've been wanting to get some for a while.
Today was an interesting weather day for us over here. No snow, and not even cold. Instead it's been very warm with storms blowing in from the south. That in itself isn't too unusual, but the wind was behaving strangely -- very turbulent with strong vertical wind sheer. It would raise big waves on the water, and then the tops would literally lift straight up into the air and form huge blowing clouds of mist.
Every now and then it would also spin up into a waterspout... or whatever you call the water equivalent of a dust devil. Mist devil? No condensation funnel, but a strong tight circulation nonetheless. I've never seen one before, and the old-timers say they can happen once in a very long while when the conditions are just right. Most were many kilometers out and hard to see, but one suddenly spun up very close and came ashore. Not strong enough to do real damage besides blow off a few fir tree limbs. I wish I had been taking video -- the spin of it was incredible -- but did manage a few photos with the DSLR.