Fall Walk

The weather felt more like summer…  But the views were definitely autumnal.

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Erlandson Overlook Park has a 1.2 mile loop that goes through mostly “new” forest with young trees.

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There were lots of leaves with big water droplets on them.

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Some of the leaves had pretty WILD colors!

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There were critters… Most gave me a pretty hard time about being photographed. I had to hang over a bridge and hope the light would be ok and that he wouldn’t fly.

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The turkey tail fungus was new and still very flexible and soft.

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This little Red Eft gave me quite a run for my money.

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This tiny Garter Snake was quite lively.

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I brought this home and ate it with sharp cheddar and a glass of chardonnay.

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The light was shining from behind this leaf and caught my eye from quite a ways down the trail.

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There were LOTS of Wooly Bears munching their ways through the grass.

Lovely day!

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3 thoughts on “Fall Walk

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