Fall on the North Fork

Cool during the days and cold in the evenings, we’ve been enjoying some glorious North Fork fall days.  Here are some pictures that don’t begin to do the North Fork justice.

First indication that winter is coming is the snow on the Rockies.

Snow on the Rockies

Then the aspens start to turn.  Here is a shot along the North Fork Road near Ford.

Aspens on the North Fork Road

Next to turn will be the larches, but they’ve not yet begun.  Here’s a shot of the view up the North Fork river.  Notice how the wind has picked up the snow on the top of the mountain behind and is blowing it to the East.

Lots of snow, aspens turning, and the river

We took advantage of this beautiful fall day to play hooky from work and go to visit Amy who is on forced furlough from her work in the Park because of the government shutdown.  She and Morgan got into an intense discussion about Obamacare.

Here are some more shots from various points along the road.

There is also work to be done.  Everyone is getting in their wood for the winter.

Finally, what would fall be without the “soup-and-sing.”  Here are some shots from the one Debo hosted this year.

Soup and sing gang

Sitting around the campfire

 



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Patti Hart

Patti has been traveling the world with Morgan since 1974 and loving every minute of it.  She's responsible for the photography and editing on the MagoGuide website as well as making occasional contributions.  Patti also generates the graphics and edits the MagoGuide products (e.g., the Mago Scrolls).  She recently built and published the iPhone and iPad application for MagoGuide. Finally, she is responsible for this website including code that tailors the content to what readers are interested in seeing.  In other words, a very busy lady.