Last Sunday, Frank and I went for a little hike
up on the west side of the San Francisco Peaks.
Our little town of Flagstaff wraps around the base of "the Peaks"
at about 7,000 ft (2,133 m), and Mt Humphreys rises to almost
13,000 ft (3,962 m). We were hiking at around 9,200 ft (2,804 m).
The Quaking Aspens were turning and giving off a lovely display,
and interesting clouds made for a perfect day.
I know there are only so many words one can use
to describe a shot of golden leaves... and since I'll
be throwing a weeks worth at you, please don't feel
obligated to comment on "the same old thing"...
I so appreciate your visit - feel free to just leave a smiley!
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