|Cedar Lake around 5:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 4.|
The late, warm fall continues in Iowa. At a time when trees would nearly be bare and the world brown, grass is still green and leaves are still falling.
We’ve moved from early fall, but haven’t had a killing freeze yet, so our warm patch is just “summer,” not “Native American Summer.” It is warm like September but dark like November.
Well, it if feels a bit off, it’s also pretty. As you can see.
|Another view of Cedar Lake Nov. 4.|
|Dry Creek along Boyson Trail, on my way to the gym morning of Nov. 5.|
|Friday shadow, heading home from Cedar Lake.|
|Traffic on the trail near Cedar Lake, Nov. 4.|
|Lindale Trail Nov. 5.|