Some Color But Nothing to Write Home About

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Fall in the Eastern Sierra is punctuated by brilliant golden groves of aspen trees. Photo by Loyd Schutte.

I’ve been getting emails and twitters all day about fall color in the Eastern Sierra. Some trees are indeed turning yellow but they’re still mostly a yellowish green. Looks like it’ll be another week before we really start to see the great yellow colors that make fall in the Eastern Sierra so beautiful and picturesque.

If you’ve never been to the Eastern Sierra to see the aspen leaves you HAVE to go. At least just once. It’s awesome.

Dan Mitchell’s got some great info on the aspen leaves also. Looks like he’s just as eager as I am. Now that I’m well I’ve already planned my expedition. Just can’t figure out how to tell the wife.

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