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The Fog 13 April 2016

The rain showers with thunder and lightning last night reminded me of this poem I wrote a few years ago: The fog settles in to stay, unpacking thick, gray, wet; settling in the nooks and crannies of the mountains. It … Continue reading

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Befuddle 17 April 2015

Fog-a cloud-like mass or layer of minute water droplets or ice crystals near the surface of the earth, appreciably reducing visibility.  a state of mental confusion or unawareness; daze; stupor a mass of droplets of condensed water vapour suspended in the air,often greatly reducing visibility, corresponding to a cloud but at a lower level becloud, obfuscate, dim, blur, darken. daze,befuddle, muddle, mystify.      Dictionary.com This barn is a beacon for me, especially in times of befuddlement! I look to it when I step out to run in the darkness of pre-dawn and I look to it upon … Continue reading

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Pea Soup 7 April 2015

The fog was so thick in the pre-dawn dark, I felt I was running in a wet tunnel. Normally, I can see the lights of farms miles away. Normally, I can see the light that marks my turn-around for just … Continue reading

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Fog Blog 17 December 2014

Temperatures plummeted over night. I’ve always wanted to use that word! The combination of humidity and cold left the sun to find its way through the fog. Visibility on my run extended only to the sides of the road, like … Continue reading

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Fog Running 21 October 2014

Fog, thick and penetrating-like wet and cold being injected directly into your bones and sinew. As I ran down the road, I had to keep my eyes on the white line at my feet, because when I tried to look … Continue reading

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30 October 2013

Another beautiful day on the eastern plains of Colorado–started with a bit of fog making it difficult to see the heifers, all those little mamas grazing contentedly in the pasture. My Jess character is working fervently to find her courage … Continue reading

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27 September 2013

On the brink of October, the morning is definitely fall like: fog, wet, cold. Some gremlin came in the night and pulled one of the insulators away from the post so the wire was hanging. I fixed that and put … Continue reading

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