A Spectacular Year for Fall Color

Ever the trickster, 2020 has unveiled surprise after surprise after surprise. Most of them have been objectively unpleasant.

However, one unexpected delightful surprise has been how spectacular our fall color has been this year in the Santa Cruz Mountains.

Also, Mike has been trying to grow olives here for years. Olives are tricky – for pollination to happen, you have to have the right combination of trees to pollinate each other. This year, we had pollination success and Mike couldn’t be happier!

And lastly, I caught these two old cats snuggling a few weeks ago.

Happy Thanksgiving.

2 thoughts on “A Spectacular Year for Fall Color

  1. Madeline Hayes

    I always enjoy your posts, Kim. Thank you & happy Thanksgiving to you, Mike, & your families.

    Madeline Hayes ( Linda Pederson’s cousin, I met you at Anne & Matt’s wedding)

    On Wed, Nov 25, 2020, 9:03 PM Redwood Chapel Homestead wrote:

    > Kim posted: ” Ever the trickster, 2020 has unveiled surprise after > surprise after surprise. Most of them have been objectively unpleasant. > However, one unexpected delightful surprise has been how spectacular our > fall color has been this year in the Santa Cruz Mo” >

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