One more month closer to the end of 2017.
The fall color has come and gone in my area, but thanks to photos,I can enjoy it as long and as often as I want to.
Once again,I invite you hop in my car and come along as we explore some less traveled roads.
Most often I stay on the more traveled roads, but sometimes a side roads calls so strongly that I must check it out.Such was the case this time.I had seen this one road many times, but never took the time to check it out.Please hang on as we do just that.
The scenery along the way is quite pretty.
A few brightly coloured leaves are reason enough to stop the car and get some pictures.
I'm sure you are wondering how this road looks.Well,let me just say that I would not be trying this road after a rain, but when it's dry it's ok, just hope no one comes from the other direction.
An immature Bald Eagle does a fly-by at another location.
I am always exploring Southern Manitoba,but a few weeks ago,Steve and I went across the border into North Dakota,to check out the Pembina Valley in North Dakota,or as they call it, the Pembina Gorge. We found pockets of pretty color.
We were stopped at the side of the road and I saw the patterns in the shale hillside.I thought it looked interesting.
The mixture of muted colors gives a special look to the scene.
One last look at the layers of color. No,this isn't as beautiful as the Smokey Mountains,but I still like it.
I hope you enjoyed this brief time exploring, first Manitoba and then moving across into North Dakota.
Let's thank God for His countless blessings to us.