Shannon Stacey

Autumn’s here!

Put a few miles on the four-wheelers this weekend. It was a drizzly weekend, so there was no dust. Yay! And there were lots and lots of puddles. I love puddles.

We rode out to one of our favorite spots, which seemed like a good change to check out the new panorama function of the iPhone 5’s camera. I overdid it a bit, I think, because it bowed a little too much.

I really pushed it with this one. I got all the machines in, but in real life they were in a straight line. I need to play with it some more.

I learned I put too much panorama in my panoramic, and also learned one of my boots is more waterproof than the other.

It was a little chilly and a little wet but, all in all, a lovely fall weekend in New Hampshire.

4 comments to “Autumn’s here!”

  1. Lynne
      · October 1st, 2012 at 9:28 am · Link

    The colors are beautiful. I haven’t been to NH in a long time to view the foliage. I do miss summer, though.

  2. Kwana
      · October 1st, 2012 at 10:36 am · Link

    Gorgeous pics and I love your socks!

  3. Becky
      · October 1st, 2012 at 5:00 pm · Link

    Beautiful fall colors! I live in WV but the leaves are just now starting to turn pretty and they’re falling so quickly. I’ve never been to NH but it looks like a fun place to ride. My husband and I have a side by side UTV that we like to take out. He’s also a member of the WVSxS riders who plans big rides in the Fall and Spring here in WV. You may like to check out the site.

  4. Shannon
      · October 1st, 2012 at 10:24 pm · Link

    Definitely love the fall foliage. And it makes my sledder husband happy because foliage means snow is around the corner. It’s worse this year because he’s getting a new snowmobile. If we don’t get decent snow, I might have to quietly disappear him.

    Those wet, muddy jeans and nasty sock are among the laundry I accidentally forgot in the camper. Should be fun doing laundry next weekend!

    Becky, we’ve heard awesome things about riding in WV from several friends who’ve ridden there! My husband came THIS close to going one year, but something came up. I’ve heard there’s a bit of steep stuff with loose shale, which makes me nervous. (I’ll go into any mud you throw my way, but loose rocky hills are my Achille’s heel.) I think it would be a really fun trip without kids, though!

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