Tuesday, September 27, 2022

(peek)

I'm not ready for what people call "peak colors" and "peak fall" yet, but this tiny peek is okay by me. I've kinda missed the outdoors.

I haven't been on any long treks recently. L, who's the person with whom I've hiked the most in the last three years, was quite sick with Covid and I couldn't bear to be on any of our usual paths without her.

However, Big A (my second-best in this regard) was here on another 36-hour visit today, so we went for 'a full Sparty' at a very brisk pace and solved all our summer problems (theoretically at least)!

Pic: The Red Cedar with hints of yellow and red in the bordering foliage. 

4 comments:

StephLove said...

We won't get peak colors until early November here, but there's a hint of red on some of the dogwoods.

I hope the solutions you came up with are helpful.

Nicole MacPherson said...

What a lovely photo! Glad you got to have some time with Big A.

maya said...

Steph--I miss dogwoods... we don't have any up here.
Nicole--Thank you!

maya said...

My friends gave me one for my birthday a couple of years ago, and it still looks like a sapling. There weren't many "flowers" this year.

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