A bright evening
Yesterday’s dark morning got even darker and wetter after I posted the photographs of the trees but by noon the day had lightened and a wonderfully “Novemberish” breeze was blowing in my favorite time of year. My hiking pals and I celebrated my 64th with a bit of bubbly and a lovely walk up in nearby Sabin’s Pasture.
Snow on the Worcester Range is a sure sign of November.
The view from Sabin’s Pasture back to the west shows a distant snow-covered Camel’s Hump with the lovely towers of College Hall, now part of Vermont College of Fine Arts (VCFA), in the foreground.
And the day that had begun so dark, ended on a grace note with a gorgeous sky behind the trees I’d woken up to and a delightful dinner with Liz and friends. Who could want more?
This entry was published on November 14, 2012 at 9:12 am. It’s filed under Camel's Hump
and tagged College Hall
, Sabin's Pasture
, Vermont College of Fine Arts
, Worcester Range
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