When you stay in one place most of the time, it is sometimes difficult to detect the changing of the seasons.
Traveling around the country, it is easier to see.
Autumn came to America this past weekend.
The countryside is turning gold.
Not the dry, used up gold of dead stalks . . .
this is the vibrant gold of harvest .
I believe this is a field of soybeans.
As I drive through the center of the country, I am passing field after field of deep green turning to this deep vibrant gold. Since they are interspersed with corn, I can only think it is soybeans. Whatever it is, it is just stunningly beautiful.
I loved it that I was able to catch up on my sleep and get back into a regular sleep pattern.
Got my dispatch for early Monday morning - picking up close- by and heading up to our terminal in the Detroit area. I'll pickup paperwork and head on into Canada. Delivering near Toronto and then usually head out through Buffalo, New York. This is usually a fairly good run and often we get a load in the Buffalo area heading to California.
I have always been fascinated by ruins. Especially modern ruins. We have passed this ruin many times and each time Tony says, "I'd love to stop and explore that. I wonder what it was?"
I got to stop the other day as I went by and do some photos. Doesn't this look like a ruin in some exotic land? I'm going to post a couple more photos from it before I tell where it is. If you think you know, comment and we'll see if you are right.