A barn built by the Nelson family in Beaver Creek Valley is shrouded in early-morning fog..jpg

The downhill ride of summer is heading straight toward fall. Nowhere do we notice it more than in the shortening days. From the beginning to the end of August we lose 34 minutes of sunlight in the morning and 46 minutes in the evening in the La Crosse area.

It’s also the time of year when early mornings in the Coulee Region are a magical time; fog and mist hang in the valleys.

Horses graze in a field in an early-morning fog. Valley fog is common in the La Crosse area this time of year..jpg
A farm in Beaver Creek Valley south of Taylor, Wisconsin, appears to be a painting on an early morning in late August..jpg
The sun breaks through the fog at Upper Beaver Creek Lutheran Church..jpg

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