On an early-morning departure with guests heading for our dock in Red Lake a few weeks ago, we encountered several banks of fog as they rolled across the lake. I managed to drive around two of them only to be engulfed by a third at the narrowest of narrows at the Fisher Islands. We stopped there since we could barely see past the bow of the Lickety! The image at right was taken between Potato Island and the north passage of Wolf Narrows.

At one point, we were in the sun, and the port side was at the very edge of the fog curtain, as shown below