We have had a stretch of gorgeous, fall days. Temperatures have been in the low to mid 70's with low humidity and lots of sun. Leaves are beginning to change color and the sun is setting before 8:00 pm. Chipmunks and squirrels are busy gathering acorns and seeds.
What I read:
Fatal Fried Rice by Vivien Chien
We are watching the fourth season of NYPD Blue.
The sign says: "This unique and fragile rock feature was created by glacial forces and allows us to look back over 500 million years of geologic time. Please enjoy and respect one of our community's natural treasures."
This is located in Dunn County, Wisconsin. There is a much larger one in Oregon.
In order to enter the Devil's Punchbowl, you have to descend this set of stairs.
It was incredible to see trees growing out of the rock formation with their roots hanging over the side.
Have a good weekend!
The Sunday Salon is hosted by Deb @ Readerbuzz.