... or so it seems ... dozens of dormant volcanoes stretch out to the North East from the base of the San Francisco Peaks shown with stands of aspens showing their fall colors. A history of tens of thousands of years is in full view; the East Kaibab monocline is visible on horizon left center ... earths constant is evolution and change; we shouldn't be so surprised that our little planet has so much going on.

The fall colors are beautiful and still getting better ... look for change tomorrow though as the USFS is going to be burning thousands of acres beginning tomorrow in the flagstaff area. It may not affect the viewing on the ground, but it seriously interrupts aerial photography. They predict that the winds will waft it away to the SW, but shucks, at night the wind reverses and brings it back.

Have to be back in the air in about six hours so calling it a night. It's Monday the first of the work week and a chance to get it right again.

Cheers and be well



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