No, not those kind.
It's a woolly aphid, sometimes called a... FAIRY APHID! Also called Fairy Flies.
I first saw these last fall. And again this fall. They only appear in the fall. I thought they were wood ash from the woodstove. But after watching, I noticed they were very tiny insects. Fairy aphids are sucking insects that feast mainly on apple trees and hawthorns. The "wool" are actually filaments that help carry it aloft on the winds.
See? Sasquatch, and now fairies!