The Fog Days of Summer
Published By Todd Lucier on August 16th, 2004 in Edge Insider
It’s that time of the year when cooler nights give way warm days and blue skys. A wonderful side effect of this cool/warm weather is morning mist that blankets the lake each morning, a prelude to a marvelous day. This treat is reserved for the exclusive enjoymnent of early risers; for the mist has usually totally burned off by 8 am. Those rising earlier are treated to a multi-hued sunrise and wonderful paddling conditions.