A Taste of Fall

Saturday morning, we decided to go for a hike in the Black Hills. With snow in the forecast today, we wanted to take advantage of the nice weather. Our destination was Cathedral Spires, a short out-and-back that was less than 2.5 miles total. What it lacked in distance it made up for in scenery! Plus, it was cold AF, so that was long enough.

I know not everybody is enjoying fall-like weather and colorful foliage, but leaves are at their peak around here. They probably won’t be around much longer, so I’m glad we got out when we did. Here’s a taste of fall for those still enduring summer-like weather. I may have winter pics in a few days at this rate!


6 Comments on “A Taste of Fall

  1. Such pretty scenery. Thanks for braving the cold temps for some good shots. It was in the high 70’s this weekend here.

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    • I’ve heard it’s been pretty warm on the east coast. Poor Ron! I don’t pity you so much, as you aren’t the cold weather fan that he and I are! 🙂


  2. GORGEOUS photographs, Mark! I am so impressed by how the weather has been in South Dakota! It’s like you’re experiencing the seasons ahead of time. God, I wish it would be Autumn here. It’s been so hot and humid that it feels as is Spring and Summer are coming instead of Fall and Winter.

    PLEASE send some of that faaaaaaabulous weather my way because I am SO OVER the weather here.

    I am so looking forward to your Winter 🙂

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    • You’re right, Ron! At this rate summer will probably roll around come January. (God, I hope not!)

      I wish I could send you some colder weather!!


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