This morning Evans and I are back out to 4300-Bulrush Way to broadcast from the Grand Prize show home for the Hospitals of Regina Foundation Home Lottery. It’ll be a short stay for me. I’ll be cutting out at 8:30 for another trip out to Assiniboia.
I always look forward to my drive to Assiniboia, if the weather is nice. Yesterday wasn’t one of those days. The roads were great, visibility wasn’t.
All the way from Regina to Moose Jaw the fog was an issue. You could see just far enough in front of you that you could slow down and change lanes if you came across a vehicle that wasn’t moving as fast as you were, but you really had to watch for it. You couldn’t see tail lights, just shapes. Thank goodness it was a two lane highway.
Things were worse when I made my way down to Assiniboia from Moose Jaw. I just hate travelling on a single lane highway when you can barely see 100 feet in front of you. If everybody obeys by the rules it should be fine, but I always worry about that one idiot who’s stuck behind a slow moving semi that decides to take a chance by passing.
When I rolled in to work this morning I noticed the fog was already starting to settle in. Great. Here’s hoping it lifts before I make my way out to the highway.
I’m really not a fan of white-knuckle driving!