Sunday, October 11, 2009


are some of the leaves without even changing color very much.

We took 2 plastic barrels out to our friends Pete and Amy's for sheep manure and took these pictures along the way. It's too wet to gather the manure today, so Pete will have the barrels ready for us next weekend.
I just had to take a picture this year of the barn with the Mail Pouch tobacco sign painted on it. The paint's brilliance is fading each year. With so few of these barn signs left, I like recording this part of history while I can.
Peak leaf peeping here is usually about the 17th of October, so we'll be watching the leaves this week and sharing what we find.

1 comment:

yarn elf said...

At least some color to see, The red, gold, orange and green of the season's change is nice to see, but is speaks of cold days ahead also.