Frost on the ground (24°F) and Raynauds in my gloves…it’s early winter in October in New England.
This morning at 6:30 was an aimless drive before sunrise which for us is now at about 7:15 until next Sunday when it will return to an earlier and more reasonable time. I am not a fan of DST and am happy once it returns to normal. Of course, that means driving home from work in the dark. I tried a few spots and finally noticed that the sun was illuminating the clouds at the horizon and would spread to the light clouds building to the south. Hustling back to Pollux, I got out just as that color was developing over the mountains in the Holyoke Range. It’s a familiar scene, but I am happy nonetheless to have this image.