A trip to nearby Lake Murray was in order on the morning after Thanksgiving to feed the ducks. The weather up until now was quite warm, but a front was suppose to move through the San Diego area later in the day bringing cooler weather. While at Lake Murray, a line of cirrus clouds were visible as a precursor to the cold front. After feeding the ducks at the lake, we headed as a group along the trail towards the dam (Lake Murray is the last holding location for San Diego drinking water). In the distance was Cowles Mountain and with the clouds for that front moving in a wide angle shot was used to emphasize the sky over the lake. Now the question comes, what will the weather be the rest of the weekend.