2 thoughts on “Autumn on the Backroads

  1. shoreacres

    Your first photo of the maize field made me laugh. One of my best Kansas stories, that hasn’t yet been written, involves a maize field, a hidden grave site, and a near disaster. I ought to get out those photos and get that written! I enlarged the third photo to count leaves; that looks like Virginia Creeper, and the one right below it looks like sumac. You’re right — you have had a beautiful fall!

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    1. Debra Farmer Post author

      Good morning! I can’t wait to hear of you tale involving a milo field – a near disaster?! Please post about that adventure soon! I also knew you would identify the plants. To me it’s a red leaves! This autumn is lasting for at least another weel. We’re to have record highs today. Perfect!

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