We’ve got some changing leaves out there. Right now, the maples and birches are turning bright yellow and orange. Throw some red in there and you’re looking out my back window. As far as poplar, basswood and the rest – nothing. It’s all maple and birch. And that’s what’s going to make this autumn crazy with color.
Laura and I took a walk up the road yesterday and were surprised at how much had changed from the day before. It’s happening so quickly. At this rate, we’ll have no leaves come mid-October. Very little has fallen, but I think that’s right around the corner.
I tried to take a few pictures during our walk yesterday, just as some sort of status update. Here are the lousy ones I got of some of the trees.
And here’s a picture of our neighbor’s cabin. Pretty cool, huh? What someone wouldn’t give for a nice cabin like this up in the woods.
While we were at the top of the road, of course we had to take some pictures of a sexy bull. Here’s Brownie looking as debonair as ever.
I couldn’t decide which one to post. They all look good.
As we were taking pictures of the cow and bull, Dave came out with some hamburger rolls to feed them. He shared with us and made our walk even more exciting. It’s the little things…