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Thursday, October 28, 2010

Photo of the day: Halloween Eyes

Black Cat

A ghost, though invisible, still is like a place
your sight can knock on, echoing; but here
within this thick black pelt, your strongest gaze
will be absorbed and utterly disappear:

just as a raving madman, when nothing else
can ease him, charges into his dark night
howling, pounds on the padded wall, and feels
the rage being taken in and pacified.

She seems to hide all looks that have ever fallen
into her, so that, like an audience,
she can look them over, menacing and sullen,
and curl to sleep with them. But all at once

as if awakened, she turns her face to yours;
and with a shock, you see yourself, tiny,
inside the golden amber of her eyeballs
suspended, like a prehistoric fly.

Rainer Maria Rilke

Monday, October 25, 2010

Photo of the day - heading south

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A lone flyer takes autumn's nod seriously and heads south to warner climates.

Photo by Steve Douglass

Sunday, October 24, 2010

Last flight ...

Short video showing the installation of a vintage Vietnam era F-100 Super Sabre at the Texas Panhandle War Memorial on South Georgia street today.

This is something you don't see every day...

An F-100 Super Sabre always has the right-of-way at an intersection. å

Thursday, October 21, 2010

October Moon.

Storm front moving in!

Expect lots of rain today (2 to 3 inches) in some areas with flash flooding possible. Some storms could become severe with the main threat being high winds, torrential rain and hail.

Scattered thunderstorms. A few storms may be severe. High 71F. Winds S at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 60%.

Thunderstorms likely this evening. Then the chance of scattered thunderstorms overnight. A few storms may be severe early. Low 49F. Winds S at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 80%.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Photo of the day - Spectral Wind

Photographed near Ascension Academy two evenings ago.

-Steve Douglass

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Pirates Of Canyon Balloon Rally schedule posted!

Balloon rally to begin Friday in the canyon

By BRAD NEWMAN Amarillo Globe News
The Pirates of the Canyon Amarillo Invitational Balloon Rally is planned this weekend.

The fifth annual event is expected to feature 27 hot air balloons from throughout the U.S.

Activities are scheduled to begin at 7:30 a.m. Friday, with a mass ascension planned at Palo Duro Canyon State Park. A balloon glow is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Friday at John S. Stiff Memorial Park, 4800 S. Bell St.

Saturday's festivities will include a competitive flight over Amarillo, a meet-and-greet with balloon pilots and a mass ascension.

The rally concludes with another early morning mass ascension at Palo Duro Canyon State Park.

For information, visit www

Photo of the day - Fog in the Palo Duro

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Photo by Steve Douglass

Friday, October 15, 2010

Photo of the day: Paramount

The Paramount was completed in 1932 just as the Depression was leaving its mark on Amarillo, which had feasted on the fruits of the 1920s oil boom until the global crash caught up with it.

The Paramount was Amarillo's premier first-run theater for decades, but fell behind the multiple screen suburban complexes in the 1970s, and closed in the mid 1970s.

It was gutted and converted to office space, but the pueblo deco exterior is still as beautiful as ever. A hint of its grandeur can be seen in the second level of the parking garage that fills the old auditorium. The painted starburst ceiling is still intact, as is golden plasterwork that framed the top of the stage.

A few years ago the sign (which had hung outside a local night club) was refurbished and put back in its original location - helping restore Polk Street to some of its former glory,

Balloon Glow tonight!

Up in the Air for Family Care" a hot air balloon festival starts today!

The rally will feature all sorts of shaped balloons and a handful of regular shapes from across the country. The world famous Lady Bug, Clown N Around, and Cheshire the Cat, will all be appearing at this weekend's event.

The balloon rally will help The Family Care Foundation. The foundation, is a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting Panhandle families with qualifying medical expenses.

Oct 15- 7:30 pm-Balloon Glow at Don Harrington Discovery Center. Come watch us light up the night! DHDC will also be open this night.

Oct 16- 7:45 am-Balloon Mass Ascension from High Plains Children's Home

Oct 17- 7:45 am-Balloon Mass Ascension from Palo Duro Canyon **all balloon events are weather permitting.

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Players in Apollo 13 Mission to Speak at Centennial Convocation

CANYON, Texas—Apollo 13 Mission Commander James Lovell and Flight Director Gene Kranz will be the keynote speakers at West Texas A&M University’s Centennial Convocation at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 12 at the First United Bank Center. The event will close out a year of special WTAMU Centennial events as Lovell and Kranz, who just celebrated the 40th anniversary of the Apollo 13 mission, share their experiences on that historic spaceflight.

“We are very excited to have Capt. Jim Lovell and Gene Kranz for our Centennial Convocation speakers,” Dr. Amy Andersen, a member of the Centennial Committee, said. “They will speak on the ‘successful failure’ of the Apollo 13 mission with a focus on teamwork and overcoming adversity. It seems an appropriate topic for us as we celebrate 100 years of success here at WTAMU.”

Lovell was flying his fourth mission for NASA in April 1970 when as spacecraft commander of the Apollo 13 flight, he calmly reported to mission control, “Houston, we’ve had a problem.” That simple statement changed the course of history for Apollo 13. The mission was quickly aborted, and Lovell and his fellow astronauts John L. Swigert and Fred W. Haise worked with mission control to overcome the failure of the oxygen system for a safe return home.

And on the ground, Kranz said, “Failure is not an option,” as he helped guide the crippled Apollo 13 spacecraft back home. The Apollo 13 mission was a failure in every sense of the word, but the mission also proved to be a success in terms of team work and diligence in getting the crew back to Earth. Apollo 13 landed safely in the Pacific Ocean on April 17, 1970. The mission attracted the attention of millions and is legendary in the history of human spaceflight.

Lovell joined NASA in 1962 and made his first space flight on the Gemini 7 mission. In 1968 he served as command module pilot and navigator on man’s maiden voyage to the moon on Apollo 8. It was during that mission that Lovell and his fellow crewmen became the first humans to leave the Earth’s gravitational influence.

He retired from the Navy and from NASA’s space program in 1973. He’s been a successful businessman and wrote the bestselling book Lost Moon about the Apollo 13 mission. He now serves as president of Lovell Communications, a firm that promotes public interest in spaceflight.

Kranz joined the NASA Space Task Group in 1960 and was assigned as assistant flight director for Project Mercury. He took on flight director duties for all Project Gemini Missions and served as branch chief for flight control operations. In 1968 he was named division chief for flight control and was director for many Apollo missions, including the ill-fated Apollo 13. He retired from NASA in 1994. He is the author of Failure Is Not An Option and now keeps busy as a consultant and motivational speaker. He also performs at air shows as a flight engineer on a B-17 “Flying Fortress.”

Both Lovell and Kranz are recipients of many awards including the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

WTAMU’s Centennial Convocation is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Andersen at 806-651-2609.

Best Of Amarillo Party

Amarillo Globe News: By BRAD NEWMAN
The Amarillo Globe-News will present its eighth annual Best of Amarillo Party next week.

The event honors Amarillo individuals and businesses who were recognized by readers as their favorites for the year.

The bash is set from 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the Amarillo Civic Center Heritage Room, 401 S. Buchanan St.

Amarillo singer Lacey Brown, a finalist on the 2010 season of "American Idol," will be the featured entertainment. The Buster Bledsoe Band and Insufficient Funds also are scheduled to perform.

Attendees can sample food from more than 20 restaurants.

Admission to the party is $15 in advance or $17.50 at the door.

Tickets are available at any Amarillo Pak-A-Sak location; at the Amarillo Globe-News office, 900 S. Harrison St.; or online at

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Fall means Canadian ...

KVII: CANADIAN, TEXAS -- The fall season is here and with the leaves changing colors, one Panhandle town has reason to celebrate. For more than 50 years the Canadian Annual Fall Foliage Festival has brought in visitors from all over to check out the sights and sounds of nature, and this year it's expected to do the same. The festival gets started on Saturday the 16th, and will run through the 17.

History lessons, art exhibits, and wagon rides, will accompany the unique two day event. Visitors can also enjoy the annual tour of homes, the Citadelle Art Foundation, and special exhibits at Lake Marvin.


Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Up In The Air Rally this weekend!

AMARILLO, TEXAS KVII: -- You can achieve your dreams and overcome adversity, that's the message Michael Glen brings to kids from elementary age all the way to college.

Glen is the world's first paraplegic hot air balloon pilot. Monday he was at Amarillo College, delivering his message of reaching goals.

Glen said he hopes his story can encourage and inspire others to reach for the skies, because he knows how hard life can be.

"It took about 10 years time I applied for my license the first year after my accident. I was actually denied by the FAA and 9 years later after that was when I actually got my license and made me the first and only paraplegic in the world to fly a balloon."

Glen is in town for the "Up in the Air for Family Care" a hot air balloon festival, and he will be speaking at area schools throughout the week. Hot air balloons will fill the skies in Amarillo and Canyon on Friday on through Sunday, for the balloon rally.

The rally will feature all sorts of shaped balloons and a handful of regular shapes from across the country. The world famous Lady Bug, Clown N Around, and Cheshire the Cat, will all be appearing at this weekend's event.

The balloon rally will help The Family Care Foundation. The foundation, is a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting Panhandle families with qualifying medical expenses.

Schedule of Events:

Oct 15- 7:45 am-Balloons will be "Up in the Air for Family Care". Keep an eye on the skies to see us celebrating with Family Care Foundation! Also, the first Amarillo golf ball drop from a hot air balloon!

Oct 15- 7:30 pm-Balloon Glow at Don Harrington Discovery Center. Come watch us light up the night! DHDC will also be open this night.

Oct 16- 7:45 am-Balloon Mass Ascension from High Plains Children's Home

Oct 16- 7:45 am-Balloon Mass Ascension from Palo Duro Canyon **all balloon events are weather permitting

Friday, October 8, 2010

Plenty of Activities Planned for Centennial Homecoming 2010 at WTAMU

CANYON, Texas—There will be hundreds of ways to celebrate during West Texas A&M University’s Centennial Homecoming 2010. The fun-filled week begins with Maroon Madness on Monday, Oct. 4 and culminates with gridiron action when the Buffs take on Tarleton State Saturday, Oct. 9 at Kimbrough Memorial Stadium.

Things really start to pick up on Friday, Oct. 8. The annual Homecoming Classic Golf Tournament begins with a shotgun start at 10 a.m. at the Ross Rogers Golf Complex. The staff at Cornette Library will host a Centennial Cookbook Release party from 10 a.m.-noon, and the Athletic Hall of Champions reception and induction ceremony honoring the Class of 2010 begins at noon at the First United Bank Center. The Friends of the Cornette Library will host a Demonstration School Reunion from 2-4 p.m. in the Blackburn Room, and the Alumni Association will host a Golden Buff Reception at 6 p.m. in the Alumni Banquet Facility. The University’s Pigskin Revue will kick off at 8 p.m. at the Box, followed by the Torch Procession, the Lighting of the Bonfire and Homecoming concert featuring Quietdrive.

Canyon streets will be lined with people on Saturday, Oct. 9 for Canyon’s Fair on the Square and the annual Homecoming Parade, which starts at 11 a.m. The Lady Buffs volleyball team meets Midwestern State in a 1 p.m. match at the Fieldhouse, and the Alumni Tailgate and Cook-Off Challenge begin at 3 p.m. at Kimbrough Memorial Stadium. The football game starts at 6 p.m., and the 2010 Homecoming King and Queen will be crowned during halftime festivities.

Many more events are planned during Centennial Homecoming 2010 week at WTAMU. For a complete list of events, activities and reunions, visit

Time lapse - thunderstorm building East of Amarillo

An interesting time-lapse study I shot (last month) of some thunderstorms building east of Amarillo.
Beautiful tall "Cu" towers at sunset.

Photo of the day - Big Jack!

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With all the rain we had this year, the wild grasses grew high, and thusly - so did the jack rabbits. I Caught this big fellow out NE of town doing some munching and ducking every time a big hawk flew over. I don't think hawks pose much of a threat though - this was a big rabbit!

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Amarillo is famous for these people ...

Jennifer Archer, author

Art Bell, radio host and author

Lacey Brown, folk singer and American Idol finalist

Gail Caldwell, Pulitzer Prize-winning book critic

Derek Cecil, actor (Push, Nevada)

Cyd Charisse, dancer and actress

Ann Doran, actress (Rebel Without a Cause)

Joe Ely, country and folk singer

Ron Ely, actor (Tarzan)

Todd English, celebrity chef

Kevin Fowler, country music singer

Blair Garner, country music radio host

Jimmie Dale Gilmore, country music singer

Kimberly Willis Holt, author

Mitchell Hurwitz, TV writer

Carolyn Jones, actress (The Addams Family)

Stanley Marsh 3, millionaire, philanthropist, and prankster

Grady Nutt, comedian (Hee Haw)

John Rich, guitar player

Eck Robertson, musician

Ben Sargent, Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist

J.D. Souther, country rock singer

Terry LaVerne Stafford, songwriter

Francie Swift, actress

Jodi Thomas, author

Paula Trickey, actress (Pacific Blue)

Trent Willmon, country music singer

Jack Wrather, television director

M. K. Wren, mystery and science fiction writer


Don Harrington, oilman and philanthropist

T. Boone Pickens, Jr., oilman and philanthropist

Don Powell, former FDIC chairman

Law and government:

James R. Beverley, governor of Puerto Rico

Teel Bivins, United States ambassador to Sweden

Beau Boulter, United States Congressman

James Nathan Browning, Texas Lieutenant Governor

John Marvin Jones, United States Congressman and Chief Judge of the Court of Claims

Walter Thomas Price, IV, Amarillo attorney and Republican nominee for the District 87 seat in the

Texas House of Representatives

Kel Seliger, mayor and Texas State senator


Rex Baxter, professional golfer

Brad Bryant, professional golfer

Paul Buentello, mixed martial artist

Steve Butler, racecar driver

Dory Funk, professional wrestler

Dory Funk, Jr., professional wrestler

Terry Funk, professional wrestler

Heath Herring, mixed martial artist

Mike Hettinga a/k/a Mike Knox, professional wrestler

Alex O'Brien, professional tennis player

Barry Orton, professional wrestler

Ryan Palmer, professional golfer

Bum Phillips, professional football coach

Ricky Romero, professional wrestler

Chris Romero, professional wrestler

Mark Romero, professional wrestler

Steven Romero, professional wrestler

Brandon Slay, gold-medal Olympic wrestler

T.A. "Amarillo Slim" Preston, professional poker player

Evan Tanner, professional mixed martial artists

William Thomas, professional American football player

Erik Watts, professional wrestler

Thomas E. Creek, U.S. Marine Corps Medal of Honor recipient

Sybil B. Harrington, philanthropist

Rick D. Husband, astronaut

Leroy Matthiesen, local Catholic bishop

Paul Lockhart, astronaut

Live music calendar for this week.

Looking for some live music venues in Amarillo this weekend? Here's a sampling of what's going on!

The Flying Elbows
Oct 8, 2010 (Friday)
Hoots Pub
2424 Hobbs Rd
Amarillo, TX

Asking Alexandria / Veil of Maya
Oct 8, 2010 7:00 pm (Friday)
2523 Britain Dr
Amarillo, TX

Teen Night at Club Paradise
Oct 8, 2010 8:00 pm (Friday)
Paradise Party Palace
714 N Fillmore
Amarillo, TX

Bakersfield Twang
Oct 8, 2010 9:00 pm (Friday & Saturday)
Lowery's Saloon & Dance Hall
609 Independence Street
Amarillo, TX

Turnpike TroubadorsOct 9, 2010 (Saturday)
Hoots Pub
2424 Hobbs Rd
Amarillo, TX

MIchael Van
Oct 9, 2010 8:00 pm (Saturday)
Smokey Joe's
2903 West Sixth
Amarillo, TX

Pat Green
Oct 9, 2010 9:30 pm (Saturday)
Amarillo National Center
3301 SE Tenth Avenue
Amarillo, TX

Tommy Gallagher Band
Oct 9, 2010 10:00 pm (Saturday)
Golden Light Cantina
2908 West Sixth Street
Amarillo, TX

Faculty Artist Recital
Oct 10, 2010 (Sunday)
Sybil B. Harrington Fine Arts Complex, Recital Hall
Canyon, TX

The Luckiest People On Earth ...

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

KACV seeking Dust Bowl survivor stories ..

Did you survive the Dirty 30s or know someone who did? If So KACV producer Marcie Robinson may want to talk to you.

On Friday, October 22nd, KACV is holding an open call for interviewees to come by and tell their Dust Bowl story for a special project (TV & web) as a companion to Ken Burn's/Dayton Duncan/Florentine Films production of The Dust Bowl - set to air in 2012.

For more information watch KACV or call : 806- 371-5306

Amarillo Sunflowers

You can see them blooming all over town. They make for a beautiful backdrop for the setting sun.

NWS Spotters Appreciation Picnic ...

Official bird of Amarillo - The Osprey!

I never grow tired or annoyed by these noisy birds buzzing my abode. They are amazing aircraft - a hybrid mix of an airplane and a helicopter. They build them here and test fly them (to the west of Amarillo) at Rick Husband/Amarillo International Airport on the far east side of town. If you haven't seen one-just spend a day here and you will. They have a unique sound.


George Strait - Amarillo By Morning

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

You know you are from Amarillo when ...

Rainfall is measured in hundredths of inches - but not this year!

You can start off the day wearing a coat and by afternoon you're wearing shorts.

An inch of rain causes streets to flood but it takes a foot of snow to close schools.

Friday night high school football is a religious experience.

You think one of the major food groups is enchiladas.

The official town "bird" is a helicopter called an Osprey.

You know a Sandie is not a cookie.

You know what "Draggin' Polk" is.

You personally know someone who has flown a crop duster and a space shuttle.

You think that opening weekend for dove and deer seasons are national holidays.

You know if another person is from out of town the second he or she walks in the door.

People are happy if a picnic gets rained out so they can go storm chasing.

You've seen rain, sleet, snow and lightning - all in the same storm

You laugh at out- of- towners who actually attempt to eat the free 72 oz. steak.

You consider plutonium to be good thing.

You prefer to haul drinking water rather than drink tap water.

You can see a million stars at night - from your patio!

You feel out of place if you didn't wear your Stetson to the ballet.

You know what "PDC" is.

You think nothing of driving 6 hours to Dallas just to "get out of town" for the weekend.

You see more American flags in one residential block than you've seen in any Forth of July Parade.

You've never seen smog.

You can see the entire sky from anywhere in town.

On any given day you know the depth of Lake Meredith.

You've had to pull over and remove tumbleweeds from the grill of your car.

A tornado warning doesn't mean take shelter but to go outside and look.

Vacation means a weekend trip to Santa Fe or the mountains or if you are strapped for cash - Lubbock.

You know that the elevation of the plains is higher than the Hill Country

You know barbeque!

People in passing cars wave to you--even if you've never met them.

You'd rather watch a sunset than what's on TV.

You can lose your purse or wallet and a total stranger will return it with the money intact.

You know that Cadillac Ranch isn't a real ranch.

You can go to the symphony, the ballet, a country & western concert, a rodeo and a parade and a tractor pull -in one weekend and still make it to church on Sunday.

You've had several friends move off and move back within a couple of months.

Your new dream car is an old pickup truck.

You feel claustrophobic in the mountains.

You have prairie dogs digging in your front yard.

You know someone who works at Pantex, Bell or Tyson.

When the wind blows from the southwest you know what that smell is.

You know what a "Sonic bird" is.

The wind is blowing twenty and you think its a calm day.

You have a perpetual farmer's tan - even in winter.

You think the hail dents in your car are a badge of honor.

You know someone named, Slick, Bubba, Slim or Dubya.

You've ever answered a question with "Do what?"

When an out-of-towner asks for directions you reply "You caint get there from here."

You not only know who Rick Husband is - you went to school with him.

You cant wait for the annual tractor show.

You go out of your way to dodge the rattlesnake in the highway.

Looking for something to do - you decide to go for a ride around Loop 335.

You know the best time to go to Walmart is during a Cowboy's game.

Monday, October 4, 2010

The Buzzard Air Show

Palo Duro Canyon State Park is renowned for its epic natural beauty and the outdoor musical TEXAS! - but did you know there is another show (of sorts) that takes place nightly at the southern end of the canyon? Local photographers call it "The Buzzard Air Show."

Each year thousands of tourists are drawn to Palo Duro Canyon State Park to take in its beauty - but a group of local photographers and bird watchers have discovered an amazing phenomenon that many never knew existed.

It's been nicknamed The Buzzard Air Show and takes place at sunset - every evening near the Cow Camp Cabins at the southern end of the park. Like a scene out of Hitchcock's "The Birds" - thousands of Turkey Vultures descend on a small group of trees to roost for the night.

For hours - vultures fly into the canyon from all over the Panhandle - filling the sky by the hundreds. The mature birds land first- seemingly acting like air-traffic-controllers - spreading their wings to signal to the orbiting vultures it's time to land.

Ugly and ungainly on the ground but beautiful in the air - these vultures ride the thermals over the mesas in graceful arcs until the last light of day is almost gone, then they descend in waves - all vying and squabbling over the best perches, much to the delight of local photographers.

The Buzzard Air Show begins every night about an hour before sundown with the last of the birds touching down just after dark. There is no charge for the Buzzard Air Show - but there is to enter the park - five dollars per person - well worth it to watch this amazing natural spectacle.

Viewers are advised to bring a camera, binoculars, lawn chairs and an umbrella - because some of the air show participants - uh - can become bombers.

It's a catchy tune Amarillo!

Goodbye Dillas! We hardly knew y'all!

The decision by Potter County Commissioners to end the lease for the Amarillo Dillas (independent; United League Baseball) may have terminated the current version of the team over unpaid rent, but the independent American Association is preparing a bid for the market.

The meeting of the Potter County Commissioners was pretty much a formality: Reunion Sports Group was $75,000 in arrears in rent, had bounced two checks designed to make up the shortfall and totally punted on a third. Making thing worse for the Dillas: the team also has unpaid bills among community vendors. After so many missed deadlines and lack of communications, Potter County officials were ready to pull the plug on the Amarilo Dilla Villa lease.

There was a last-minute pitch by the ULB's John Bryant to retain arguably the best market for United League Baseball (Amarillo was the leader in attendance in the circuit last season, drawing almost 3,000 fans a game), as he asked for a lease extension that would have seen the league make up the $75,000 in January, a Wimpy offer that was rejected by commissioners as coming up short. Stretching things out is pretty much the only way ULB can hang onto the market: if given until January to make up the funds and not having the lease terminated, ULB is pretty much assured to be controlling the ballpark in 2011 -- there just would be so little time for another outfit to come in.

An interested onlooker in the proceedings: Scott Berry, the owner of the American Association's Shreveport-Bossier Captains, who is seeking the market for his circuit.

In the end, the county commissioners voted to terminate the lease, bring the ULB to mediation to work out a payment scheme, and set up a schedule to solicit ballpark bids in the next few weeks. Obviously the American Association will make a play, and we expect ULB to submit one as well: if a lawsuit is on the way, as ULB reps promise, they need to work as though things are normal in the market. (One interesting side note: apparently the county owns the Dillas name, not the ULB.)

Amarillo isn't the only place where ULB owes: Laredo officials tell us the Laredo Broncos are over $40,000 in arrears. The team has been locked out of its offices by the city. In this case, the league already knew it was not returning: a deal brokered last month will see a new ballpark opening in 2012 for an American Association team.

Epic West Texas Sunset (HQ)

You can't beat our Amarillo sunsets - and this one was glorious.

Balloon Rally This Month!

The "Pirates of the Canyon" Amarillo Invitational Balloon Rally takes place this month! Her's a sample!

LINK: Pirates Of The Canyon 2010

Amarillo Powered Paragliders

I'm sure you've seen them gracing our southwestern skies - but did have you ever seen them up close and personal? Check out this cool video!

LINK to the Panhandle Powered Paragliders Blog Here!

It feels like fall today!

I went out to get my mail and it was actually chilly. Sure, we've been spoiled by the warm and wet weather this year - but today was the first day It felt like fall.

I noticed some trees are also starting to turn and the Halloween decorations are going up around the neighborhood. Can it be October already?

Photo by Steve Douglass


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