It’s Still Fall, Folks!

The Autumn color seemed to arrive late this year, even extending well into November in the southern tier of Pennsylvania. Valley Forge National Historical Park was still wearing its Autumn color when I visited. The Park had recently cut back some its extensive meadows. Valley Forge has one of the most extensive meadow habitats along the Northeast Corridor. In additional to occasional mowing, the Park also uses prescribed burns to rejuvenate the habitat from time to time. Let’s let Christmas wait a few more weeks.

Red and orange …
and yellow.
Some of the expansive meadows ready for winter.
Pop of color against the evergreens.
The mowing lines are clearly visible here on the hill.
One of the workhorses responsible with part of its haul.
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