As usual, I managed to miss this tornado by being lazy. I had already driven north after the early storms (Monroe County) and aborted the attempt noting that (a) the terrain was awful up there and (b) any tornado would dissipate before I could reach it. I looped back through the equally horrible terrain of Sauk County and along the Wisconsin River, and passed through Barneveld before sitting in Mt. Horeb watching the storms on radar. The consensus seemed to be that slightly too strong capping/slightly weaker instabililty than forecast was preventing storms from taking off as expected, and although I noted what appeared to be some subtle rotation on radar about 15-20 minutes before the tornado warning went out, I expected it would soon dissipate and didn't want to get suckered back out further from home when I was less than half an hour from there. I work 3AM-noon which means that while I can chase during the afternoon/evenings, I am usually very tired. This also influenced my decision to start for home after seeing the first tornado near Clare/Kirland, IL on Monday after storms appeared to be becoming HP, not expecting another supercell to follow almost the exact same path 40 minutes later and produce the Esmond/Sycamore tornadoes.