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Greenfield Garden Club Had a Party . . .

Fog

Fog in Greenfield

but I didn’t attend. The Greenfield Garden Club always has a delightful Christmas party complete with a delicious pot luck and a Yankee Swap which is always great fun. Last night I set out, clutching the party address on Bernardston Road. It was foggy when I set out, but I gave it never a thought.

House hiding in  the fog

House hiding in the fog

As I drove along I noticed that even the houses near the road were camouflaged by the fog. I drove past where I knew (approximately) the party was being held but I could hardly see the roads opening onto Bernardston Road much less a driveway.  I drove along until I could turn around and tried to see a house number and driveway from the closer vantage on this side of the road. No luck.

Thicker fog

Thicker fog

My husband was so fascinated by the fog that he took photos all night. I did not find it delightful. It was so thick that even on familiar streets I became disoriented and felt lucky to have found Elm Street, and even luckier to be able to see where Allen Street began. A night of mystery, and some unease, but no party for me. I wonder how long it will take us to eat the big bowl of Gujerat carrot salad intended for the Pot Luck.

So  to all the Greenfield Garden Club members who I did not get to celebrate  with last night, I wish you all a happy holiday and clear driving from now on.

REMINDER: You still have till midnight on December 13 to leave a comment here, and have a chance to win my book, The Roses at the End of the Road, and Maria Colletti’s book Terrariums: Gardens Under Glass.  I will have a drawing on December 14. You still have a chance to win!

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