As I am walking this morning on the Aldridge Creek Greenway I am thinking that it should not be this warm at the end of October. It is supposed to be 87 degrees this afternoon. The kids are going to have to wear t-shirts and shorts for their Halloween outfit.
Aldridge Creek is the driest I have ever seen it. Hopefully, the Good Lord will give us some rain.
There is no telling what ferocious beasts I will find on my walk
Here’s a few more pictures from today’s walk
Huntsville, AL has several ghost walks throughout the year. The different routes are called “Old Town Historic District”,”Twickenham Historic District” and “Haunted Downtown.” You can find more information on the Ghost Walk here. Here are a few pictures I took during our tour of Old Town.
Old Shelby Pleasants’ home. Shelby’s story can be found here.
Old home brought from Salem, MA
Sonia, my wife, buying tickets from Robert Reeves.
It’s a fun way to learn about Huntsville’s history and a few ghost stories.
The fall colors are beginning to show in Alabama. Sonia and I went to Green Mountain yesterday and saw some of the trees have turned bright yellow and red. Here are a couple of pictures. You can find more fall colors in the Green Mountain Gallery .
We had a super moon on Saturday night
The super moon as seen on Oct 15, 2016
It took a few attempts with the telephoto lens to get a clear picture but it was worth the effort.
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