Autumn passes quickly in the northland. Four weeks ago, the foliage was at a peak on the Flowage.
Two weeks later, the color was gone, but the view was still colorful.
I came up on Saturday evening to finish the closing chores for the season. Yesterday morning the geese were paddling upstream and I took the picture on the left before starting to cover the pontoon boat for winter. The picture on the right is from this morning. Quite a change was underway.
But everything was done in time. The dock is on land, so is the pontoon.
Evenings in the Adirondack chairs are just a memory.
And another cabin season has passed like the setting of the sun.