An open window lets in the deafening chatter of sparrows.
They are evaluating the election results, I think.
It’s November 12th and I am wearing a t-shirt, again.
Yet somewhere in the forecast I saw mention of snow.
One takes note and prepares for all eventualities.
Last night was wet and windy which will have brought down most of the remaining leaves.
But during the week there were still some pretty sights.
Can anything look bad on a bright blue day?
The woods were carpeted in gold.
Greenwich once again.
On Wednesday the destination was Glens Falls, a route we haven’t taken since the Spring.
It was another perfect day.
A different Hudson crossing.
Finally, our roads are getting repaired!
This journey takes us through country that is wide open
Once the corn is harvested, a whole new vista opens up.
We still had the road to ourselves!
On the return, we diverted into a small park beside the river.
Where some geese looked at us…
…but mostly ignored us.
A lovely spot. Why did it take us four years to discover?
Four years? We’ve been here four years?
After this short stop, we made tracks for home.
“Any chance of lunch?” asked sweet Sophia.
8 thoughts on “Four years”
Thank you, Carolyn, for wonderful photos of the open roads and the wildlife. Four years? Time fly’s by when you have fun!
What an amazing blue sky! It looks like summer 🌞. Four years and you’re still discovering new roads … that’s wonderful!
How could you deny anything to such a sweetie as Sophia?
I am putty in their little claws.
Do you ever stay home?
Oh yes! Most of the trips we do are very close to home.
Thank you once again for the beautiful photos, especially the first one. Geese have always been a personal sign for me, of spring in the winter of the soul.
Lovely blue skies to enjoy. I have lived in Beetley for over 10 years, and I am still discovering places around this area.
Best wishes, Pete.