Riverton, Utah High 78 Low 46
Cindy had a Doctor appointment yesterday morning.
After her appointment, I had two trellises I wanted to get power coated, so we took them to Lindon to a powder coater I have dealt with in the past.
We wanted to go see the fall colors, which were supposed to be better than the last time we went up the canyon, so we headed toward American Fork Canyon. On the way there we drove past a house that had decorated for Halloween and had to turn around to take some pictures. The people sure went all out on their decorating.
We then drove to the canyon. There usually is a Fee Station but it was closed, but with our Golden Age Pass we wouldn't have had to pay anyway.
We then drove to Tibble Fork Reservoir to take more pictures and stop at one of the picnic areas on the way. Here we were able to get more pictures.
We then drove further up the canyon to Cascade Springs to see more scenery. There are trails and board walks that take you above the head of the springs and we walked to the top. It is about 8000 foot elevation and we both we feeling the effects. (The elevation and the fact that we haven't been doing much since the virus came along.) The springs put out quite a lot of water.
At least, this time, we got to see some fall colors. While they are not as brilliant as the eastern US, They weren't too bad for Utah. We were glad we went.
Of course I have to include a few quilt photos.
This one took me a week to do since I had to design the patterns so the computer could quilt them. I like how it turned out.
Thanks for visiting.