I found an old abandoned building with woodbine growing all over a tank. I’m going to attempt to capture images of it as fall sets in. Keep watching my blog for the next few weeks so you can watch the change.
I have noticed the maple trees have some of the most dramatic color. Some trees go yellow, others go brown, but the maple tree has all the colors. Here is a leaf in the process of changing…
If you have not visited Palmyra in the fall, you need to do it. Sure, if you are LDS, or have an interest in seeing the Hill Cumorah Pageant, you’ll want to be here for the summer. But, if you’ve seen the pageant, and want to see some spectacular sights, come in the fall.
You can’t imaging how beautiful the Sacred Grove is in the fall. The view from Hill Cumorah is breathtaking. To drive around these rolling hills, you will be amazed at the the beauty. It is truly a wonderful place to be.
Of course, every season here is beautiful. That was one of the reasons we moved here. Elizabethe wanted lots of trees, and we’ve got them here.
I think people are afraid to visit in the winter. But, our winters are not nearly as bad as we used to get in Pocatello, Idaho, or Provo or Salt Lake City, Utah. It is a different kind of cold, but much less snow, and the snow doesn’t stick around as long. (I know, someone will disagree with me, but we’ve been here for 2 winters so far, and visited two different times the winter before that. Both visits were during “big” snow storms.)
I am looking forward to the fall, and the winter that follows. This place is a place of four seasons and each one is a gem in itself.