Sunday, September 15, 2019

Fall colors

Forgive me if you are feeling down that summer is fading fast, but I love the fall and look forward to it year after year.  The vivid colors of fall in the Adirondacks and New England are one of things I love  about living here.

A few days ago, we were in the Adirondacks and there are signs of the turning seasons everywhere you look.  I hope you are able to enjoy "the magical season" wherever you call home!

A closer look at the Peliated Woodpecker in the photo above

The last of the cone flowers growing in a logging clearing
New York Asters, a sure sign that fall is coming in the Adirondacks

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

It's the places

If you fish small streams like myself, you’ve probably been asked by friends or family why you expend so much effort for small fish.  So why do I fish for brook trout in the small mountain brooks and woodland streams?  There isn’t only one reason but what I’ve discovered about myself this summer is how much I enjoy the places that this pursuit takes me.  Here are some pictures from another search for Adirondack brook trout.