Fog in Katmai National Park, Alaska
One morning a thick fog rolled in obscuring our view, and interrupting the grizzly bears fishing. The Alaska coast is notorious for thick fog, and usually you can see fog rolling over the mountain tops in thick sheets. In a matter of minutes, the world turned grey and fuzzy. This is one reason it is hard to fly in and out of the Katmai Coast. We got stuck for four days on the coast one summer because the fog was so thick that bush planes couldn’t get in or out.