In my last post, I took you along with Rick and me for a color ride. We had such a wonderful time checking out the fall color near the cottage -- and it was just getting better and better!
So, when my friend Susan called and said she was coming to Gaylord, we decided to do another color tour.
We started out where Rick and I had been, at Treetops Resort, so if some of these pix seem familiar, it's the same setting but a couple of days later, so the color was even MORE vibrant!
I honestly believe that although the day was cloudier, the trees were brighter and more colorful than they had been three days before.
We had a wonderful lunch, catching up, as we looked out the windows at the rolling hills, ablaze with autumn's finest. (No patio for us! It was a little too nippy!) Then it was onward!
Is there anything better than riding around on a gorgeous autumn day with a good friend you've not seen in a while, having a great conversation, good lunch, and so much eye candy it's hard to take it all in!
After a while, I suspect all these photos are redundant. So, without much commentary, a few of my favorites.
An intriguing foundation -- a barn perhaps?
Picturesque dirt roads.
And what do you think those spouts on this rock wall are for? Drainage, perhaps? But why?
The shocking white of bare birches.
And one guy with a great day to do whatever it he's doing here.
It was a great day to be alive!