Bashō works bring joy
When haiku winters cross my mind
– Fall colors fade
I woke up the morning expecting the trees to be completely stripped by the sustained 40+ mph winds we had in the region yesterday. Much to my surprise, the fall colors are brighter than ever. It seems all the softwood trees (like cottonwood) had their dull brown and tan leaves knocked off. Now only the deep greens, Reds, yellows, and scarlets are left.
It’s like the whole season has been renewed.
I think it is time to harvest the Honey Crisps apples and pick up some pumpkins… It’s hayride time again!