A few miles before we reached the lookout, we found ourselves riding straight into a thick, heavy fog. The road became shiny with mist, and we warned each other of slippery or gravelly corners. Once we reached the lookout, there wasn’t much to see. Normally this large turnout at the top of a ridge is a great spot to get a view back down toward the Malibu coast, or, looking the other way, you can see down into the San Fernando Valley. Today we saw nothing but fog. There was no view of anything beyond 100 yards from where we were; just a thick, dense, white fog, like we were up in the clouds. I hadn’t worn proper rain gear, but it seemed nobody else had either. But at least we knew the Cardo Packtalk Bolds were going to keep us connected, since they’re properly weatherproof.