MORE OF THE LAST AUTUMN TREE – Marilyn Armstrong

The Last Autumn Tree – FOTD – November 9, 2018


We had a second sunny day in a row. Unbelievable! But not to worry. It will rain tomorrow. Probably not until the evening. The rivers are full and they are expecting rivers to flood.

I am trying not to think about it, hoping the sump and the pump are up to the task. And our French drains are not clogged with leaves and the gutters are still viable. And the roof doesn’t leak.

The tree in all her glory

It has been raining  … major storms … several times each week and the rivers are cresting. And guess who lives in a river valley?

Amazing colors!

I went out and took more pictures of The Tree. Because after tomorrow’s storm, it won’t have any leaves left. Count on it.

I have save more pictures because I’m going to need them.

32 thoughts on “MORE OF THE LAST AUTUMN TREE – Marilyn Armstrong

  1. Gorgeous colours Marilyn, we’ve been getting a lot of rain too. Where on earth is there a place where the sun always shines and it stays pleasantly warm most of the year?
    Leslie

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  2. Have exactly the same problems with leaves clogging up drains, gutters etc. But we alsi still have PLENTY of leaves at the trees. And none as beautiful as yours. Here it’s not only the rain (thankfully in very reasonable amounts lately) but the mountaing water table under our feet. AND we live at the top of a small hill….

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  3. Your maple looks bigger here than in yesterdays pic! 🙂 The sunlight on the golden leaves is beautiful! 🙂

    Hope the rain goes easy on Uxbridge ( and points upstream!) 🙂

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