River mist

Our average high temperature for today, March 17, is 49°F; the temperature at 4:54 PM was 75° – a new record by two degrees. All of this warmth has combined with the cool waters of the Susquehanna to produce some impressive river mist. At 1000 feet above sea level Pairodox is a bit more than 400 feet above the Susquehanna so we don’t usually experience the mists but the adjacent river valley certainly does. We were on our way to take a look at the field stone barn foundation mentioned in an earlier post when the setting moon over misty fields drew our attention.

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