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  1. #1
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    Port Huron, Mi.
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    FALL COLORS

    Greetings, Most of the trees in my area are still green, but some have already turned all the way. For
    those of you that live in the warmer climates where the trees stay green year-round, here is a pic of the
    Maple tree in my front yard. It is usually one of the first to change colors.

    Enjoy,

    Ray
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    Re: FALL COLORS

    That's a pretty pic. You're farther north than me, but no snow yet. That's kinda strange.
    Just like Texas in 1880.

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    Re: FALL COLORS

    Nice pic. I love those Red Maples in fall

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    Re: FALL COLORS

    RGINN, We rarely have snow this early. In the northern part they usually have in inch or 2 or 3 by gun
    deer season which is Nov. 15. I now live in southeastern Michigan near the foot of Lake Huron and we usually
    at least have a white christmas. Then we get it in Jan. Feb and March. Then it seems like it takes forever
    for spring to get here once it starts. LOL. In the winter we have a lot of cold gray days when it doesn't
    do anything; it just stays a cloudy for days and days at a time before we see a clear sky and sunshine again.
    That is when you really appreciate the sun. LOL.

    Rookie2, Thanks. I see you are in michigan, too. What part are you in?

    Ray
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    Re: FALL COLORS

    nice picture, I wish our trees would change down here, but they turn a kind of yellow and then the leaves fall
    seeing colors like that would be a nice change

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    We have a few in the area but here yellow and they slowly fall off and the pretty colors here they don't last long with all the rain and wind there gone, if your not out those few days you miss it!
    This is the day the Lord hath made we shall rejoice and be glad in it!

  7. #7
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    Re: FALL COLORS

    Sniffer, yup it is nice to see the bright pretty colors for a while before they fall. They usually
    last for several days after they peak in color unless we get good wind or a heavy rain for a day or so.
    That will strip a tree in a hurry.

    Granny, I'll see if I can get a few pics of some of the different colors as they come out around here.
    The far northern part of the state has already peaked out and it's working it's way down to my area.

    Have a good day,

    Ray
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    Re: FALL COLORS

    Nice Ray.

    Fall in Michigan.
    Nothing like it

  9. #9
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    Thanks, 4-H, they are pretty to look at

    Ray
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    Sep 2007
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    Its amazing how VIBRANT some trees look in the fall. You never notice them until they start to turn and then "BAM!" they're beautiful all at once! Mental Granny is right about our trees here in Oklahoma--you have to look really quick to see the color change before the wind blows the leaves away.
    Great picture, Ray!

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    Very nice colors, we got to see some great foliage last year on our trip to NY & PA.

    Fossis..............
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