First Blush

Reflections and sightings from [almost] daily jogging at dawn

Sunday, October 14, 2007

Sunrise 7:16: Foggy fall walk

The Dawn Joggers and Cassie set out for a little walk around the neighborhood on a damp foggy morning. In a column last week the great outdoors writer Tom Stienstra talked about the leaves changing color in the Eastern Sierras, an earlier than usual sign of fall that he speculated was due to the low spring/summer rainfall. The color seems early in Menlo Park, too. The female DJ's mother was a huge fan of the liquid amber trees that line their neighborhood and that put on a particularly colorful display. They usually peak around Thanksgiving have already started turning this year, and some other varieties are already at their peak. Conditions to be watched between now and late November...


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