Mid August at Otter Pond
In this neck of the Mountains, hints of autumn are visible everywhere. The Sumac is already turning red. The Ironwood has tinted the roadsides an orange-red. Tulip Poplar has yellow leaves, and Blackberry vines turn orange and yellow after loosing all of their fruit. Even the Maples are aware of the approaching Fall.
Gypsy Moth webs are scattered around the pond…
Wow…….so beautiful, but seems so early for leaf changes. Thanks for sharing, Patsy
I,too, have noticed these signs in our mountains and can’t help but get excited!!
This is for Vann Helms. My name is Linda Ross Dennis. I am the daughter of Gladys Ratcliffe Ross. I believe our mothers were half sisters. I am interested in the Ratcliffe Family Reunion. Can you send me information?
124 NE 37th Street
Oak Island, NC 28465