The only time fog was a problem was if you were many miles from camp and it was close to the end of the day. Fog in late afternoon could mean the helicopter would be unable to pick you up and you would be spending the night in the cold outdoors. If there were trees you would be building a fire, if not you would be relying on a survival bag with tent to help keep you warm.
Anyway, it was nice to see fog this morning and not have to worry about making it home at the end of the day.
Here are some of my favorite fog photos from my 3 years in the wilderness.
|Fog over a river near Baker Lake, Nunavut Fall 2008|
|Fog hiding in valley behind camp outside Ross River, Yukon|
|Fog at a mine site near Lac De Gras, Nunavut|
|Looking down from the Mt Roberts Tramway in Juneau Alaska|
|Valley full of fog near Rainy Pass, Alaska|
|Bits of fog that haven't burned off near Rainy Pass, Alaska|
|Flying just over the fog near Rainy Pass, Alaska|