Thursday, February 02, 2012

Smoke, Fog and Snow

How thick can it get?  I woke up to the stench of fires burning.  It smelled like something burning on the stove. Ugh.  The fog can roll in pretty quickly Take a look at this series of photos:


Three Lakes Wildlife management in FLorida by http://DearMissMermaid.com copyright by Dear Miss Mermaid
I am parked across from where I usually do my workamping. 
This is not my normal camping spot. 
The sun is out the sky is blue. 
All is good, but not so earlier...
fog at three lakes wildlife management in florida by http://DearMissMermaid.com copyright by Dear Miss Mermaid

The fog and smoke made an appearance at daybreak. 
Even though I stood much closer to take this picture,  the trees and the cleaning station behind my wheel estate (shown in first picture) have seemingly vanished. 
fog at three lakes wildlife management in florida by http://DearMissMermaid.com copyright by Dear Miss Mermaid
Moments later, more fog and smoke have rolled in nearly obliterating my wheel estate. 
snow in florida by http://DearMissMermaid.com copyright by Dear Miss Mermaid
Snow on the ground?  
One of the fire trucks made a mistake while mixing his foam with the well water.
He made twice the foam, but only had half the tank to haul it off in, so the rest ended up on the ground at our well pump house. 
Daylight eventually revealed we had a big pile of the stuff but I forgot to take a picture as I was busy working. 
When I finally ran over to snap a photo, the "snow" had melted substantially.



2 comments:

  1. That smoke would run me off for awhile! Seems like quite the day there.

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  2. That is thick smog:( Hope the fires do not get closer!

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