Monday, September 16, 2013

Fog and Ship Traffic

Friday last week was very fogy at least where I was (Bellingham was apparently sunny most of the day). I enjoyed the view of fog and boat traffic from a bluff in Port Townsend while discussing slope issues. There were two fog layers - one on the water and the higher marine stratus. The ships in the fog disrupted the conversation even for the locals: the view was simply too cool to discuss geology.  

Kennewick heading out to Keystone. Tree covered horizon is Marrowstone Island 

A once common view in Port Townsend
A tall masted ship heading out into the Strait of Juan de Fuca

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