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Sunday, January 6, 2019

A SOGGY, FOGGY DAY


I know Julie London never sang about "a foggy day in Prescott Valley town" but she could have today.

As a rain and snow filled second storm moved across Northern Arizona it left fog obscuring our ancient volcano, Glassford Hill, in that top photo.


Earlier this morning, all I could see looking toward the other side of town was fog but it was lifting as I took this photograph.


The cool (not really cold) temperatures and rain on the street created a somewhat drab scene.

The other day I donned my cold weather coat for an excursion into a snowy world after the battery died in my car as it was parked in my garage.


Yes, that is not a happy camper.

But a new battery was purchased and installed and today this is all I can find in my driveway from our snowstorm of New Year's Eve.


Warmer, drier weather and happier days are just around the corner.

11 comments:

L Lewis said...

Yupper. We are all addicted to sun.

Tom Cochrun said...

Aye Laddie, ya look like a north islander or even a viking.
And the weather, it be a bit gloomy. Take a wee dram and warm the bones.

Val said...

I like drab days, but I'm not so fond of dead batteries.

robin andrea said...

Cold, dreary, foggy, drab days... that sounds like home here in Humboldt County. Hope your warm sunny days return soon.

Sharon Anck said...

They were saying we had some fog here this morning but I didn't see any. I love photographing fog so I kind of wish I could have seen some.

The Bug said...

We finally had a nice sunny weekend & today is nice too, if a little chillier. But they're calling for snow again on Saturday. What the heck!

RedPat said...

Fog is better than snow!

Yorkshire Pudding said...

Who is that in the fourth picture? Is it Willie Nelson?

Catalyst said...

YP, it's Willie's younger brother by another mother.

William Kendall said...

'Tis just a wee bit of snow, lad! Snow's good for what ails you!

Steve Reed said...

Nice fog -- and this from someone who lives in a place famous for fog! (Although as I'm sure you've probably heard, London's 20th Century "foggy days" actually had more to do with coal pollution than precipitation.) I love "Old McDonald" road! Funny!