Dispatch from Mars Society Arctic Expedition – Robert Zubrin – July 26, 2001 Mars Society

I looked out the porthole window this morning and saw white fog, and nothing but white fog, as far as the eye could see, which was not far. We were socked in. This forced a change of plan. We had intended to perform an EVA to deploy telerobots into the canyon 7 km to the north that Charles, Cathrine, and I had scouted yesterday.