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Foggy day

Sunday, November 22nd 2009

What a difference to last week's picture of the blue skies and reflections in the lake! Today the fog hasn't lifted at all. You could hardly see the hide through the mist. The air was still and muffled and although it wasn't raining, you could hear the constant drip, drip of the water droplets from all the trees.

Mist over the lake

The fog didn't stop Emma coming in to volunteer. We carried on with the work from yesterday until it started to rain after lunch. Here she is with a smile on her face tending the (almost non-existent) bonfire.

Emma with the bonfire


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