This morning it was near zero degrees and a steam was rising on the bay, so forget what I said about this being like Boise, Idaho. Today, we're in the Arctic. Later, on the radio, I heard that it's "sea smoke," a term I've never heard before. It's when cold air hits a warmer sea: sea smoke. Not fog, not steam, but sea smoke. Almost as good as sea glass. Isn't language the best? Isn't it great to have a large brain?