Mother Nature and her merry makers’ moon shadows play across water and sand.
Mating with the wind, the ancient common fire spirals loosely, dancing starward.
Rising close, the harvest moon, swollen and bright, watches all from beyond the nearby pines.
On the shore, backs to the dark, eyes roll back, necks lengthen, mouths posture.
Hill Dog’s chorused howl travels the night.
It’s autumn, and time again for Frontier Days at Chetsville.
So, shine up your boots, dust of your hat, and giddy up on over!
Festivities start on Friday 17th, details of events on the Chets Place Website.
See you there!
Reflecting on Elk Mountain Fall Festival 1999 and looking forward to Fall Festival 2000 scheduled for October 7th & 8th. Rail-Trail joins the festivities with a booth open both days, a Benefit Brunch on Sunday from 8AM until noon, and a Mountain Bike Ride beginning at 10AM Sunday from Elk’s Picnic Lodge.