Fog + Freeze = Frost
It's a simple formula with breathtaking results.
It has left the geese confused as the cold night turns to sparkling day.
These geese are flying North, something I wouldn't recommend in November.
This is just a foretaste of our long Winter to come.
It tastes like the first sip of hot apple cider in the Fall.
It is as crunchy as the first Christmas Cookie.
The frost fills us with anticipation.
As long as we don't look too far ahead, which is borrowing trouble.
As the breeze kicks up it begins to blow to the ground and melt in the sun.
The fragile nature of early hoar frost is the charm.
As Jack Frost provides a preview in GriggsDakota.