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The first snow of the season

10/9/09 – The first snow of the season began falling this morning just before daybreak. The Sawbill weather station registered only a trace amount of snow, but the dusting gave us enough reason to break out warmer clothes and button up a little tighter. Clear skies, sunshine and light winds complement the chilly weather, perfect for a relaxing fall paddle or hike. With more of the same forecast in the coming days, it’s prime time to find a little peace and quiet in the wilderness. – Lee
The Bell Seliga stack dusted with snow.
October canoe trip? Gloves recommended.
View from the tie-down area.
A few of Cindy’s flowers on the doghouse out front are fighting to keep their color. But for how much longer?
Picnic anyone?