March 11

A foggy southern horizon

My hunt for my day’s photo today was not as thrilling as in previous excursions.  On the eastern edge of Wilton is the older of the two grain elevators.  It was one of several that once stood in Wilton in the 1920’s.  A 1922 story in the Bismarck Tribune said Wilton’s Elevators could e seen 14 miles away.

Not today, they couldn’t be seen. The fog from just a few blocks away nearly obscured the top of the elevator.

To the north, Wilton’s newer grain elevator is also capped in fog.  The power lines running north past the elevator disappear in the fog.

I’m so tired of fog.

a foggy northern horizon