I also notice that the leaves are increasingly yellow over the last couple of days, and a lot are on the ground already. It appears we're in for an early fall.
We also took note of the early departure of the snow geese from the Anchorage area. They've been gone for a month, and their absence usually precedes the first snow by six weeks, give or take. That would make said snow due around the end of September. That's early, even for us.
We've had our breakfast, and plenty of coffee. My wife will be roasting some turkey today, and pureeing the various squash she baked yesterday. Most of that will go in the freezer, for now. I'll go see what I can do to help. That may involve staying out of her way, but I won't know 'til I ask.
And just for shucks & giggles, here are a couple of photos:
|The view out back, this morning.|
Have a GREAT Sunday. Thanks for stopping by.