Sunday, 23 September 2018
This was the southeast morning sky—sunlight trying to peep through beneath cloud cover…
…and this was the southwest evening sky…but not the same cloud cover. It got sunny for much of the middle of the day, and thus the porch achieved a fine level of solar gain. Time to close it off again, however, as temps are dropping.
We walked down the road a bit and discovered that since we’d been staying “on the place,” we’d missed that a large maple limb fell across the road. Don’t know who chain-sawed it and through the pieces into the ditch, but thanks. Still overcast….
White pine pinecone. Or white pine cone. See, sunny. Kinda.