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Columbia scene reminiscent of Stephen King's 'The Fog'

Joyce Coomer writes:
Looking out the shop windows toward Russell Creek. There's a huge bank of fog that reminds me of the description Stephen King gave in the story of the fog moving into the town. (I never saw the movie.) - Joyce M. Coomer
Thanks, Joyce Coomer - Hope we can get a photograph before the scene goes away. We'll try, and hope that it doesn't spoil the real image, one that can only be imagined while reading a real book! - EW



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