Autumn in Southeast “Is often mingled with rain.”*

(*With credit to Leandra Baker for that parody of “Autumn in New York.”)

Today after I got off the air it was nice so I grabbed a lunch and went to the top of Harbor Mountain.  I watched the mist form over the sound and, just as I started to eat, a gentle rain began to fall.   By the time I got off the mountain it was mostly sunny again with no rain.  Someone posted on Facebook that Southeast Alaska didn’t have fall colors.  It’s not New England or Minnesota’s St. Croix Valley but the combination of Alpine tundra and some of the imported trees surrounding Castle Hill (The last three pictures.)  But it’s nice.

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