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Lazy Al from MI and all..
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Patria    Posted 10-18-2004 at 09:08:59       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Wow Lazy, what an awesome picture you posted on the gallery! Breath-taking indeed. I found a nice website with fall pictures of MI.. wow again:-)

http://web.idirect.com/~applesd/imaginat.htm

I'm doing a jigsaw puzzle of a covered bridge in Conway,NH , it's stunningly surrounded by what I believe could be spruces, maples, and beechwoods, not sure though, the colors range from all hues of yellow to orange and red, sprinkled with green and brown..wow.. similar to the ones on Lazy's pic. The one I'm certain of is Sumac.

Just found a website of New England that has an interactive map to check on what the foliage looks like where you live, but I don't think it shows pictures, only reports from readers, just surfing my way around it now.

http://www.yankeemagazine.com/foliage/index.php

What a beautiful country you guys live in!

I would love to collect pictures of the foliage changes around the USA, so I'm saving some websites I found, but if you got pictures, or websites too, I would love for you to share them here, or mail them to me..puleezzz? Thanks in advance.


Anyone like doing puzzles?:-)




Al    Posted 10-18-2004 at 18:34:51       [Reply]  [No Email]
Thanks Patria.
The colors weren't doing to much around here , Then all of a sudden they came out with all the bright reds and yellows and were real nice .
I was headed to the barn that morning and seen the sun shining on those trees so I run back in and got the camera and snapped that shot .
I don't have the patience to do jig saw puzzles sorry to say I need to be able to sit down and enjoy some thing like that . maybe some day .
We are past the peak colors and the leaves are falling quite fast won't be long and the woods will be bare of leaves and winter will here .
Al


Patria    Posted 10-18-2004 at 20:09:06       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hey Al..good to 'see' you again.
I saved your pic for my collection!
Take Care!


KellyGa    Posted 10-18-2004 at 17:52:32       [Reply]  [No Email]
When Ians aunt and uncle lived in North GA, almost to Tennessee, we would go up there to visit about this time of year. We would drive up the mountain and get out and take pictures of all the trees, breathtaking. They live in Florida now, and I like Florida, but I miss going up to see them. It was only an hour and a hlaf drive then, now it takes about 7 or 8 hours. :(

I am terrible at puzzles. I like them, I am just no good at them. Ian is great at them and he loves them. He even had "The Hardest Puzzle In The World" or something like that. It was two sided! It was kind of like a Wheres Waldo puzzle. He got it together, I don't know how. :)


Patria    Posted 10-18-2004 at 20:05:23       [Reply]  [No Email]
I love puzzles. I take a lot of time sorting and organizing...and then the rest of the family join me to help.:-)


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