They aren't leafing yet...

by Sylvia Warren November. 07, 2019 563 views

Brown County, in southern Indiana, is known for its Autumn glory. In October when the color is at its zenith, the roads of Brown County State Park and the nearby artist colony, Nashville, are clogged with cars and motorcycles as the leaf peepers try to catch a glimpse. We're now into November, and the last of the leaves are still hanging on for a final performance. It was mid-week that we visited the park and were lucky to practically have the park to ourselves.

The park is the largest state park in Indiana at nearly 16,000 acres.

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Buster Bruce 1 year, 2 months ago

A beautiful spectacle! Our trees in North Texas just dry and brown out!

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Sylvia Warren Replied to Buster Bruce 1 year, 2 months ago

It seemed like it was taking forever for the leaves to change - usually the peak around the second weekend in October. I think it finally hit toward the end of the month so I was lucky to still have some color.

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