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Monday, October 05, 2009

One last picture of the Adirondack autumn 

Route 28N, looking east from Newcomb, New York, yesterday afternoon.


Adirondack color


5 Comments:

By Anonymous Keating Willcox, at Mon Oct 05, 11:07:00 PM:

nice picture  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Tue Oct 06, 01:57:00 PM:

Reminds me of the trip I took with my brothers. We enjoyed a solid week of such colors and then, because the Adirondacks are approximately a couple weeks ahead of the Southern Tier, returned in time to enjoy the same thing all over again.  

By Blogger SMGalbraith, at Tue Oct 06, 05:26:00 PM:

Having moved here to the Deep South about 6 years ago, I don't miss the ice storms up north but I sure do miss the changing colors.

And snow for Christmas. Yep, I miss that.

If it ever snowed down here they'd have to call out the National Guard.

Just one flake. Chaos.  

By Anonymous tyree, at Tue Oct 06, 11:26:00 PM:

AS I looked at that image the soundtrack from "The Last of the Mohicans" came to mind.

Thanks  

By Anonymous Tom of Rutland, at Wed Oct 07, 02:23:00 PM:

28N is a fun road on a motorcycle. Just south of Newcomb is Sporty's Iron Duke Saloon in Minerva; open at noon 365 days a year! Friendly spot to have a beer and enjoy nostalgic motorcycle art, photos, etc.  

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