Yesterday we set out for a usual Sunday “out ’n back” with friends Gary and Ivy. An ordinary trip—but then, it’s autumn! Automatically extraordinary in every way: Glittering sunlight. Colors. Wind gusts. Snow. (Snow…?)
Yep. We actually saw more flakes than we did brightly-colored leaves. (But the trees we did see were doozies. Somebody call the fire department!)
More extraordinary moments from our trip to Milton Harbor in Rye, NY: Click for full-size slideshow 🙂
Fall colors of Ivy, Gary and Alex
Ivy all bundled up. “I can’t move!”
Alex and Gary near Milton Harbor
Yes, summer, the jig is up.
Jean’s tuilik is toasty
Jean and gathering cumulus
Gary at Rye Marina
We shop for a parking space
Gary looking extraordinarily autumnal
Atypical use of a contact tow
Fall colors (in plastic!)
To the deli on Milton Ave!
Rye Meeting House (1850s)
Halloween decorating contest
Even the parents get into it
Dock Deli all decked out
Us, after some extraordinary chicken soup!
Ivy and Jean gear up for the return trip
The Little Yellow Schoolhouse yesterday..
It’s snowing in Long Island
Cumulus radiatus over Marshlands Conservancy
“Cloud streets” running parallel with the wind direction
The wind picks up on our return. Happy sailing racers!
Snow showers in NYC?
Home at last; and a fall-inspired dinner