commuter, culture, touring and style—from the shores of Lake Champlain
Tuesday, October 22, 2013
Peak Foliage in Fog
Those are not leaves on the ground, but more of that reddish-colored grass.
Dew covers the landscape.
Intense smell of damp leaves, worms, and—unfortunately—too many dead frogs on the asphalt.
Overhead, geese honk.
Tractors hum as manure is spread and hay rolls fill the fields.
Wagons are left as-is to resume hay collection duty,
A few trees are nearly bare.
However, considering fall rains have held off, it's like paradise. Pedal on.
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