Chasing fall colors in Wisconsin

We’ve just returned from a delightful weekend of fall color in northern Wisconsin.  After raining on Friday, the weather was cool and cloudy on Saturday morning and we ventured to Copper Falls State Park outside of Mellen, Wisconsin.  The colors of gold, green, red, orange, and yellow were all visible throughout the woods.  It was a treat to the eyes and to the senses, as there is most certainly a distinct smell of fall in the air also.  Later in the day the sun burned through the clouds and these same  vibrant shades of autumn were splashed against a bright and clear blue sky with warm sunshine.  Although it’s hard to think of summer as being behind us now, the beauty and brightness of fall seems to be our reward before we delve into the white of winter.

There was a programming glitch with my blog entry from last week.  Those of you who normally get an email when I’ve posted a new blog entry were left without notification.  Sorry!  You might want to go directly to my blog to read the entry from last Sunday —  it was all about a very joyous wedding celebration in our family.  Go to and scroll down to the entry dated September 26, 2010, “A wedding in the family.”  (Sorry for the mixup!).

2 thoughts on “Chasing fall colors in Wisconsin

  1. Linda Yoo October 4, 2010 / 3:30 pm

    Great picture– makes me want to be there..
    So nice to talk to you this weekend too. I was greatly relieved they cut down the branches.

    Also, I was wondering about last weeks entry–I went directly to your blog to read it but thought I had a problem with my email.. thanks for the explanation…

  2. joani October 4, 2010 / 5:52 pm

    One of your best. YOu captured the area magnificently (if there is such a word). This needs to be added possible orders. Terrific!

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