Working night-shift, I miss the daylight becuase I am sleeping through it, but when I get my time off, I like to stay up a little longer to enjoy whatever daylight I can get. As we get deeper into winter, sunlight is an all to rare experience for me: with short days and the weather, any opportunity to sit in the Sun’s rays is taken. Today we had a very Sun filled day in the Fraser Valley, but here at home in Glen Valley/Fort Langley, you would have never of known it.
Fog! For most of the morning, until I went to bed, the Sun barely shone through it. As the day warmed up, hitting the 8C mark, the dew and fog seemed to be getting thicker outside, so I just called it a day and went to bed. It was not until I talked to a friend of mine this evening (after I got up) who told me the day was a perfect sunny day down by White Rock, BC about 30km from where I live. He said there were hardly any clouds in the sky. When I looked outside as the sky was turning dark, there was a nice blanket of fog hugging the trees. I told him that I missed it, never saw it, too damn foggy out–but it was sure warm for this time of year.