Yesterday dawned with the farm shrouded in fog, which usually burns off by noon.. but it did not and stayed this way all day. It was kind of neat for a change from the sunny days we've been having.
I went out to record the scene in my stocking feet on the deck.. you couldn't see the pasture and the neighbors trees at all.
Look.. only one car parked out there? :-) Mine is in the carport next to the garage-barn.
Glancing up at the big Pin Oak, the low light darkening the red leaves, the fog making it look spooky.
Seeing the fog in the tops of the Douglas Fir and Cedar trees which are 70-80 feet tall.
Across our little pond and creek, the Japanese Maple leaves are red and falling, the Hydrangea browning.
The little metal sculptured goat makes me smile as he balances on top of a big rock next to our Japanese Lace Leaf Maple.
Ohh.. shiverrrr.. I'm out there in my shirtsleeves and stockings.
Ok..snap.. time to head back in by the fire. I think I'll throw the blanket I'm trying to finish over my lap and put some more time on the 1st of 2 rows of border.
The Chrysanthemum that came back from last year is looking quite lovely.
I'll be busy on the computer today, I need to do my Treasurer's report for the Portland Women's Forum meeting tomorrow. I also will be giving the program - the history of the Historic Columbia River Highway sign I designed years ago. And the sun is back! :-)
((hugs)), Teresa :-)