More Fall Colors

Thank you, Allen! The fall colors are lovely and the last photo is magnificent – It’s the real Allen-Monet scene – captured beautifully ..much better looking than the Monet because this is the real thing captured in true colors. Once again, thank you for sharing all your precious finds and moments with all of us. Happy Wednesday, Allen. Namaste

New Hampshire Garden Solutions

1-ashuelot-north-of-keene

The fall colors continue to astound even those of us who’ve lived in this corner of the state for years. As this photo taken slightly north of Keene on the Ashuelot River shows, most of the trees have turned now, and by the time this is posted many will have lost their leaves entirely. It’s a brief but colorful few weeks when nature pulls out all the stops, and I hope readers aren’t getting tired of seeing fall in New Hampshire just yet.

2-beaver-lodge

After I climbed Pitcher Mountain in my last post I stopped at nearby Rye Pond in Stoddard. The beaver lodge was still surrounded by water but the pond was very low. The open channels through the grasses told me that beavers had been here recently but I wonder if they’ve moved on.

3-beaver-brook

I didn’t see any signs of beavers in Beaver Brook but there were plenty of…

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