The leaves are starting their final burst of spectacular colors. The greens are turning to the vibrant oranges, yellows, and reds. Nights have become cooler with the promise of chilly temps arriving sooner than we expected. The graceful moonbeams of North America’s last Supermoon shone down on the Great Plains with eerie luminosity, bathing everything in a silver radiance. Rain washes the summer heat away, til we are left with soggy patches of intermingled grass and fallen leaves.
This is the beginning of the end of summer and I couldn’t be happier! Bring on the sights and sounds of harvest time. Let the nights grow longer and colder. I embrace the change from growing season to restful dormancy.
Let your soul be rejuvenated by this beautiful time of the year, and of course…
Travel well my friends!