It was late October and we had just had a cold front move through. The kind of cold front that is a harbinger of winter. Noticeably high winds, lower temperatures and drizzle lasting all day. I do love such weather! And I love an excuse to get out in it. Doesn’t even have to be a decently good excuse.
And…it was Saturday! Maybe that’s why something in me put up a challenge: why not go take a hike on the most difficult trail in the Green Mountain Nature Preserve? Go down to Talus Trail in all this foul weather, wear your frog togs jacket and get some great photos along the way.
I realize that sometimes I can be a bit of a risk-taker. Going down the steepest, most remote, and in places the rockiest of trails in wet windy weather calls for special preparation and for special precautions. So I geared up and took my time as I went. I was rewarded with a few really great photos as seen here.
And the best part was getting back home and getting warm again!
More photos tomorrow!