Thursday, September 28, 2006

Summer Might be Over, but the Fun Isn't

Although the leaves are already changing, this is officially the first week of Fall in mountains of South Central Pennsylvania. The forest are rapidly changing from green to every color under the rainbow and snow can't be that far off.

Mail Pouch barn along Route 219 outside of Grampian, PA.

Built in the 1890s by a local doctor, the McCoy House is now a bed and breakfast in Hastings, PA.

New York Aster -- Aster novi-belgii

Central Cambria (with the ball) vs. Cambria Heights

If you look closely, you can see the football.

One woman rescue team enters the water at Lake St. Francis prior to the Third Annual Cardboard Boat Regatta.

The Third Annual Cardboard Boat Regatta, sponsored by the Psychology Club at Saint Francis University, was held on Lake St. Francis, Saturday afternoon.

Psychology Department faculty members got in on the fun.

Fall has just begun and as you can see from the tree shown here in the center, the leaves have already begun to change. This opening in our tree line faces due east.

I caught this gray squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) burying acorns in the yard.

One car, one pole, one driver -- the pole won.

Ed's pond along Poplar Road.

Looking like an impressionist painting, this photograph shows the reflection of the trees along the shore in the water on Ed's pond.

Out the back door, 1/2 mile through the woods, and there lies a Gateway computer monitor. Go figure!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I always enjoy your pictures, great work. Sorry to see the fire and sad about the elderly lady. Keep up the great work.