Monday, October 25, 2010
Yesterday around noon my husband, who has been miserably sick with the flu, and I were sitting on the deck enjoying the warm October sun and we remarked that it just hadn't been cold enough to have much brilliant color in the landscape this year. But today, it seems that the color exploded overnight. Take a look.
This weekend I had dog-sitting duty for my friends just up the road. It's always a pleasure to stay at their house because while they are so close, they have a different view of the mountain than we do. Here's what I woke up to on Saturday morning.
And here's the meadow in the morning which is a part of my dog-walking route. The tall grass had recently been mowed.
Saturday afternoon when the sun was just beginning to set, the dogs and I went out for one more walk.
Sunday morning, Sophie-dog woke me up bright and early... I think she wanted me to see this.
So, I'll leave you with this photo of my garden as it prepares for the quiet season of winter... but the sign says it all and it's meant for any of you! (Of course you may want to wait until the flu germs have moved away!)