Friday, October 17, 2014

October Weekend

Although my sister texted me that this is the season of Duman Gloom (don't you love the way that Siri mis-spells and misinterprets?!), it has been beautiful.   Today a friend and I took a 6+ mile walk through the Shiawassee National Wildlife Preserve, and although it was damp and cloudy, it was so pretty that it almost hurt to see.   The trees were still in full color, the geese were flying in by the hundreds honking all the way,  the caterpillars were wearing their winter coats, we found a butterball mushroom the size of a human head, and I even saw a tiny frog.   Another best day ever.








8 comments:

Barbara said...

A marvelous day indeed.

Kim@Snug Harbor said...

You got some beautiful photos - nice day for a walk.

StitchinByTheLake said...

That caterpillar looks really fuzzy - I think that means a cold winter! blessings, marlene

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Ivory Spring said...

Happy Fall to you - love all the pictures. Thank you for stopping by my blog to visit. Please come again. :)

Dasha said...

Lovely place to walk. Looks very inviting indeed.