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Old Mar 25, 2007, 5:26 PM   #1
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You refer it as mist but but the weather station refers to it as ground fog. There were times on ships when I would pull a bow watch in the fog and I can tell you Dawg that theres nothing more boaring then spending four hours standing on a bow with fog so thick that visibility was down to a few feet and the ships foghorn sounding a long blast every two minutes. With two radar sets going in the pilot house it seemed rather pointless but it was a Coast Guard requirment . Anyway they are nice pictures. andy 74
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Thanks Andy...The mist or fog is coming from the Elk River that is behind the line of trees you see in the first two photos.

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