For most of the United States, fall has fallen and you might be covered in white stuff. But, here in the central valley of California fall is just now peaking. And it’s a few weeks late. P.S.-We don’t ever get that white stuff!
Back in October, I wanted to drive up to the eastern Sierra mountains when the fall colors peak and there are a lot of places to see the various colors. It’s fascinating to see the colors change on the hills and mountains. The higher up on the hills you look, the darker the colors.
Anyway, since I have been out of work for the past few months (and counting), I could not afford a tank of gas to go take some photos. I figured, “Well, there is always next year”, but maybe not. I went to my nearby HMO for a scheduled check-up a couple of days ago and really noticed the trees in their courtyard and in the surrounding area. They were at peak! So I went back yesterday afternoon with my camera and wandered around the parking lot taking pictures of the leaves. I’m sure I got some weird looks!
This just proves that you don’t necessarily have to travel to find some exceptional nature. And the best part is, you can still be lazy to do it!
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