On the first day of my vacation, nearly two weeks ago--geez, has it been that long already?--we left before the sun and encountered an incredibly dense bank of fog through most of southern Indiana.

And while it WAS thick and it DID make me think about all those news stories about unbelievable traffic pile-ups BECAUSE of fog, it was nothing like the scene recently caught on camera on the west coast of Newfoundland in Canada.

No, you're not watching a scene from the 1979 horror movie The Fog or its pathetic 2005 remake. Nope, this is the REAL thing.

Better than any movie visual effects I'VE ever seen. What do you think?