he Aragon Road exploded in a full spectrum of Fall colours. It happened almost instantly around October 17. We all thought that the drought had put the trees in a period of dormancy and that we could not expect much colour. Well maybe because of the drought the trees are now happy that late fall and winter are over the horizon and they can take an extended period of rest. Here is a photo essay of what you see along the road when going to work or just when out for a stroll…
The new Header photo of coloured maples with Colonel By Lake in the background was taken by Jackie Duffin on our road, many thanks for sharing the picture.
In the field on the north side of the road looking towards the Graham farm
At the Graham farm on Aragon Road
From the boat ramp going east towards the end of Aragon
The oldest and grandest tree on the Aragon Road at the Wolfe’s limestone heritage house just past the boat ramp. Trying to keep up in old age with all the colour around it.
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