We’ve endured perhaps the longest and hottest summer ever! Even October in the south is generally not a time where every day is in the mid to high 80’s air conditioners running non stop: This October however defied the normal. This picture is of our latest granddaughter Meena Lynne White, born October 5th, in her Meena the Minion outfit for Halloween. we’re in short-sleeves trying to make some semblance of a fall evening in October.
But we’re on a trip to upstate NY at the moment to visit my sister Pat before she heads back to Long Island for the winter. As we travelled north the temperature started to drop yesterday given the location and the weather front moving in to the North east.
When we arrived last night at Lake Chautauqua RV Park the temps were in the low 50s. By nightfall the temps were in the 40s and walking the dogs it felt like snow, even looked like snow was falling.
The fall colors, although past prime, are absolutely beautiful with fire reds, birch tree oranges, and maple orange/reds. This campground is on the lake with rental cabins, boats of all types to rent and of course RV sites with cement pads and 50 amp service.