Moving on now and wrapping it up at Festival of Leaves. Thank you Dawn Miller for hosting, and helping us to focus on the beauty around us. I have found that during these challenging days, it is easy to become self absorbed. But observing wild life, and the change of season’s, have contributed to keeping my perspective in a healthier place.. Stay well, all of you leaf hunter’s..
It is week 7 of Festival of Leaves. Joining in today before I get sidetracked.
I am a fan of tree lined streets. With the added touch of Fall color, makes it extra special. It is week 4 for Festival of Leaves. Such a beautiful time of the year.
I am a happy Festival of the Leaves participant. It will help me, to keep my focus on the beauty of Fall, and all of the heartwarming blessings of the season. This was taken yesterday at a local park in the community of McMinnville, Oregon. Thank you Dawn Miller for hosting, once again..
so long november
where did you go?
i guess you were in the fast lane
and I was in the slow
distracted was i
but ever true were you
to grace us the dance of leaves
from earth’s many, beautiful trees..
Other than the squirrel pictures from Sunday, these are the most recent photos, from our drive to Portland. Mr. G, had another surgery on October 30th. On this day he got his stitches out. We finally experienced the tram car and this was our view.
In the future, we will not hesitate to use this method of getting from one place to another. You can follow Dawn Miller, to keep up to date, with what’s what, in our world of Fall leaves and color.
Even though we had been to this state park previously, I think two times, we hadn’t really explored the area. Champoeg State Park, is about twelve miles from where we live. We brought our lunch and I looked forward to what we would discover.
I am posting for Festival of Leaves, with hostess Dawn Miller, who gladly is carrying on this seasonal challenge. This will be a teaser post, because what I discovered beyond this point was very special. So I will leave you with a bit of anticipation, of what I saw and captured, until next time.