There were two blooming wildflowers in an open field at the top of the mountain. I'm glad I saw them, because there is a frost warning for tomorrow morning, which will put an end to any remaining blooms. I'm not sure what this first one is, but it is a stem of very small buds.
You can see that though the view is still beautiful, the fall colors are becoming muted and transitioning to brown. Soon, all the leaves will be blanketing the ground, and the trees will be bare. I am looking forward to it! I love the stark look when the trees are bare; I can see the detailed shape of the mountains that surround us, and it means winter is on it's way!
This morning, we harvested the last of our beans (I'm glad we did, due to the frost warning). We picked everything that was still on the vines...
It's been a relaxed day, something both Mountain Man and I were needing. We've enjoyed it so much we are going to take a car tour into the mountains that surround the mountains that surround the cabin, did you follow that? Can't wait to tell you all about it.
Thanks for reading my blog, you are the best f/f/r/s/f's, see you tomorrow,
Forgot to mention yesterday that I like the blanket of leaves also. HUGS!
What a gorgeous blue sky! Your first flower looks like a Stiffleaf Aster. I bet all those green beans are going to be some yummy eating!
Hugs back to you Dad!
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