The moon was low, but I got an awesome photo of it before it slipped out of view completely.
And of course, tons of fog photoz.
Grabbed a selfie as it had been a while and a big change is coming later this week.
I have mixed feelings about the way Instagram does mirror images when you use the front-facing camera. I think it makes for better pictures for the person who takes it, because we're used to our reflection. But it's backwards. Sigh.
A nice little scene in the back yard when the fog broke up a bit as the sunrise arrived.
4.16 miles in 1:20, 8,942 steps
Saw the weirdest thing as I approached point A on the map. A truck pulled up, and I figured it was a hunter since the spot over the bridge and North of there is the hunting area, and that's as close as one can park for hunting. But after the truck turned 180 degrees, I saw a dog come running up. The driver made sure the dog didn't follow me as I did that little Southern dip to the right (didn't want to turn back until I hit two miles) but then he took off again. And came back, with the dog chasing the whole time. Guess that's how he exercises his dog, by having his dog chase him back and forth between points A and B. Huh.