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Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Mixed up morning

                                 A sea of cloud over Halifax


                                     Mist in all the valleys
                                            Taken from Soil Hill

With thick cloud in the valleys and banks of cloud above including Fly Flatts Queensbury was in bright sunshine but bad road conditions with black ice. I headed for the nearest destination, Ogden, but as I got near traffic was queuing at the 4 way lights by Ogden Lane and the fog was rolling in so a quick about turn and back up into the sunshine of Soil Hill with the dogs expecting a walk.
                                                           As I unloaded the dogs a call from the gas man saying he was running early and would be at our house in 30 minutes so it was down to a quick walk up dog cack alley and back home.  Good Pinkie moving conditions in the bright skies above the fog but just a few LBB gulls moving.
BS

2 comments:

David Sutcliffe said...

Thick fog in the bottom today. Thankfully we were just out of it in the upper dean for our 'nest-box challenge' !

Brian Sumner . said...

Thick in the bottom and patches all over the place higher up. Fog again at tea time. Looks better for tomorrow.