This blog post is both foggy and cloudy!

Yesterday, while I was taking my walks, I saw some rather unusual events, which were taking place outdoors.

First, while I was walking at around 8:30 yesterday morning, I saw a foggy hillside with trees in it.

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On September 19, 2016, while I was taking my walk, I saw a foggy hillside with some trees in it.

Second, while I was taking my walk yesterday afternoon at around 5:00, I saw so many interesting clouds in the sky.  Some of them were white, some of them were grey and some of them were dark … and at times, some of them were overlapping each other.

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On September 19, 2016, I saw some white clouds, some grey clouds and some dark clouds in the sky … and at times, they were overlapping each other.

As I always say, you never know what you might see while you walk in your neighborhood.

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I see some clouds … and I see some fog!

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On January 9, 2016, I saw some interesting looking clouds in the sky … and I also saw a little bit of fog near Cuddy on that day.  I pointed to the fog, just in case you were unable to see it clearly in this picture.

One morning, I saw a lot of interesting clouds in Cuddy … and I also saw a little bit of fog near Cuddy that morning.  You almost can’t see the fog too well in the picture, which is located above this blog post, but it’s in there somewhere.  I also pointed to it just in case you couldn’t see it too well.

I see some bare trees and some fog!

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On December 6, 2015, we had a lot of fog in Cuddy! You could see some bare trees and some fog in this picture, but you cannot see Cuddy at all in this picture!

Back in March, I took a picture of a fog-covered Cuddy … and you could only see some bare trees and some fog in that picture.  Well, earlier this week, I took another picture like it … and it may be even scarier than the one I took nine months ago.  In it, you can only see some fog and some bare trees … and obviously, you can’t see Cuddy at all in the picture.  I don’t like it when Cuddy gets covered up in fog; however, I do like to take a picture of it whenever I can because it gives me something to talk about on my social media sites.

I wrote a similar blog post back on March 12th.  If you’d like to see it for yourself, just click on this link here …
Where’s Cuddy? It’s covered in fog!

Let’s Talk About A Past Blog Post: Where’s Cuddy? It’s covered in fog!

Back in March, I wrote a blog post entitled “Where’s Cuddy? It’s covered in fog!”  In it, I talked about the fog which covered the entire town of Cuddy.  I took a picture of a fog-covered Cuddy back then and in it, you could see the trees, but you couldn’t see anything past those trees.  Seeing the fog on that chilly March day inspired me to write that blog post back then.  The picture that I took of a foggy Cuddy was a great picture, but it may have been one of the scariest pictures that I ever took in my life.

Check out this blog post!

The morning was sunny … and foggy!

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This morning, we had some sunshine here in Cuddy … and we also had a little bit of fog here in Cuddy! Either way, the fog was interesting to look at this morning … and the sun was interesting to look at this morning as well!

Again, Cuddy is hiding behind the fog!

On May 6, 2015, the town of Cuddy was covered in fog!
On May 6, 2015, the town of Cuddy was covered in fog!

Earlier this week, fog covered up the entire town of Cuddy! You couldn’t even see the town; however, you can see some trees, which are located near my home. I took a similar picture of a fog-covered Cuddy nearly two months ago … and in that picture, the trees were completely bare … and the trees were almost hard to look at. This time, the trees are a little bit easier to look at.

Back in March, I wrote a blog post about my fog-covered town. Here’s a link to it …

Where’s Cuddy? It’s covered in fog!

On March 10, 2015, Cuddy was covered in fog.  All you can see in this picture are many bare trees!
On March 10, 2015, Cuddy was covered in fog. All you can see in this picture are many bare trees!

Earlier this week, the town of Cuddy was completely covered in fog. In this picture, you can see the bare trees, but you can’t see Cuddy at all. I took this picture at around 6:00 on Tuesday evening … and the fog completely covered up Cuddy. In my opinion, this might be one of the scariest pictures that I ever took, but then again, I’m entitled to my opinion.

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