Ah, finally a fall posting, even though colors are past their peak for the most part around central Wisconsin. It is still stunningly gorgeous with the blustery winds causing cascades of color to fall to the ground in heaps and mounds—muted hillsides beckoning one on to turn down rustic back roads after clearing downtown streets.
It always amazes me just how many roads there are in this state and the way they lead to so many surprisingly beautiful homes and farms.
The countryside gently undulates with the ice age glacial scouring that occurred in this area, offering up bucolic views of farm fields and thick woods.
The trees reaching skyward are quickly becoming denuded of their glory as they are about to enter their slumber for the next six to seven months.