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    1. Jeanne Jackson

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      I look forward to the fog lifting so you can see the blue sky and even bluer Pacific Ocean!

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    1. Jeanne Jackson

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      That's great, Roger! I wish it was a continuous feed but we don't have enough usage available to us on satellite.

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  1. Gary Klein

    Did you see the clouds/fog bank rolling south last evening? It is really awesome when you see one so large moving fast for hours. It really makes you feel minuscule.

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    1. Jeanne Jackson

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      I love watching the fog banks. I never know what they might do next - sometimes they disappear, as if by magic!

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  2. Jeanne what a clever idea for your website. I love it. I agree with you about the fog banks, they are very interesting to watch. I like watching the sun and fog dueling. Who is going to win?

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    1. Jeanne Jackson

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      It could be a draw, Donna! The fog wins in the morning and the sun prevails in the afternoon.

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  3. Chris Carter

    Where is the web cam? Im sad it's no longer up!! Do you plan on putting it back online? Love the blog!!!

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  4. Hello, Your posted photo's are outstanding! When do you think the Rhododendron's will be in bloom this year. Planning on camping at Salt Point around April 20th for about four days. Hoping to view a bloom while there. Thanks

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    1. Jeanne Jackson

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      Hi Richard, I am glad you are enjoying these posts. Kruse is one of my favorite places to see our native rhodies. May is usually when they are in bloom but you could see some of the first blooms. Lots of wildflowers to see too. Have fun!

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