In this season around Vancouver coast, we often have fog which flows up on False Creek or Burrard Inlet. It is so thick that it hides everything just five meters apart from you. Sailing in a fog is very dangerous and if you have no GPS and radar system, you can't move until it gets clear. Fogs are more blinding than nights. We can see stars, the moon, and lights of other ships or buoies at night, but we can see nothing in a thick fog. Whiteout is more fearful than blackout. Yesterday, this fog was flowing through the Lions Gate Bridge and about to hide it into the white darkness.