I just love these trees. They are beautiful every year, and it is interesting watching their various stages of fall progression. This photo tells the wordless tale. The trees over on the L will soon look just as red as those on the R, unless we get more wind and rain…then we have piles of leaves blown everywhere! There is a cemetery just behind the trees on the R, so the pretty leaves provide a perfect covering for that resting place.
Across the street from the cemetery is a former bank, turned library, that was eventually outgrown. Grants are providing a new building, so this old structure is being torn down, making room for a modern, larger facility. The only thing constant is change, right?
And speaking of change, it is time to change from a mowing mode to leaf-sucking mode at our RV park. The leaves are far more problems to us than the grass is, another part of ownership that we didn’t know or even think about when we built the park back in ‘95. So Dick is over playing in the leaves, and I am getting ready for a dinner party for 10 tonight. No, I don’t want to trade jobs, honey. I’m enjoying smelling the Cuban Pork that is cooking in the crock pot. Yumm…folks arrive at 5. Bring a non-meat dish and come on over. We’re stirring up some good stuff!