Longbranch Morning Exposes Autumn’s true colors

The morning fog flows between McNeil and Anderson islands as a boat drifts restlessly down Drayton's Passage.
The morning fog flows between McNeil and Anderson islands as a boat drifts restlessly down Drayton’s Passage.
Fog hugs the gentle hills of Kaukiki Farm as horses graze on the front pasture.
Fog hugs the gentle hills of Kaukiki Farm as horses graze on the front pasture.

It looks like the fog will stick around for most of this week – exposing autumn’s true color in the Pacific Northwest.

But it did make for a lovely drive to work.

The mist blanketed the soft hills of Kaukiki Farm, a beautiful backdrop for the grazing horses. The seagulls screamed as they fought each other for salty morsels strewn about the sandy bar. Henderson Bay was a glassy beacon for commuters like me headed for offices in Gig Harbor and beyond.

Yeah, it was a typical fall commute.

Good morning Longbranch.

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