Foggy morning

(Foggy morning.)

If you’re reading this post, it means I’m traveling and unable to post due to a lack of internet access or lack of time.  I will be keeping my commitment to get outside and explore for a minimum of 30 minutes each day.  As for blogging about it, I’ll have to do that when I return or when I have access to the internet (whichever comes first).  I wanted to make sure I posted something as everyday posting is part of the commitment.

I took this photo on September 29, seven days into my outdoor adventures commitment.  Today is day 15 and I’ve probably spent most of the day on a train.

5 Comments on “Foggy morning”

  1. Hello Robin!

    I just love mist and fog, it’s sooo atmospheric! And eerie, in a pleasant way. We’re having quite a few misty mornings here, created by warmer days and cooler nights. Spring and autumn are beautiful seasons.

    Have a safe trip. I’ll be back over the weekend to look at all of your “committment” posts. Time has not permitted lately, but this weekend I will be spending at home…Yay!

    • Robin says:

      Hi Joanne! And thank you. 🙂

      I figured you must be busy lately. I hope you’ve been occupied with lots of good stuff. 🙂

      • Oh yes, it’s all good stuff, just time consuming! I started to write about the changes that are taking place in my life right now, but only had time to complete one post! I will catch up soon. 🙂

  2. Kala says:

    I like the mood in this image. Hope you’re enjoying your train ride!

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