Of thick morning fog

Wow, was it foggy or what this morning?

Couldn’t see much of the cars that were in front of me in the traffic this morning. And there was a large fog patch right next to the huntingdale golf course the night before.

What was interesting about the patch of fog near the golf course was that you can see that there was no fog before it, and no fog after it. And the fog was quite thick too.

It truly is winter with the morning fog, and the morning and night coldness. Average night temperature I’ve heard to range from about 4 degrees celcius up to 6 or 7 degrees celcius.

The cold weather makes it even more tempting to stay in bed those extra few minutes in the morning after the alarm goes off. Because I always wake up “on the hour”, I set the alarm to radio mode so when it goes off I hear some sort of news on the radio. Usually I tend to listen out for today’s weather so I know how to prepare myself for the instant hit of chilliness as soon as I get out of bed (or is how cold we feel really a mental issue? Maybe if we think we are in a tropical paradise sleeping on a deserted beach we might instantly feel warmer?). I always grab my jacket off the chair now.

At least the past few days we’ve actually have had beautiful sunshine, rather than soggy rain. But i’m sure the rain will come sooner or later.

1 Comment so far

  1. Larina (unregistered) on June 29th, 2005 @ 4:42 pm

    Ta for your comment! Fabulous to see all the new activity going on here. Variety is a great thing … I’m enjoying stopping by far more often now. =) Keep it up!



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