The city was shrouded in fog, thick as pea soup. We waited for two days to go to the Citadel in Halifax and along the coastline in Nova Scotia but the fog was persistent. We are not accustomed to this kind of fog any more but wanted to go to the Citadel. Away we went.
The Citadel stands on a hill over looking the Halifax Harbour. It was a British military fortification established after Halifax was founded in 1749. It gives a great view of the harbour, but not that day.
The photos tell the story.
You know it's foggy when...
While the Citadel was open, the museum was closed. Our visit was brief!
Can you find the Canadian flag in this photo?
Back in Prince Edward Island, life on this gentle island brings occasional mornings of fog. This spring, there have been a few days with the cloud-like mist at ground level. My husband and I ventured into that foggy dew recently to take some photos.
The sand dunes
I much prefer the foggy dew to the pea soup.