Scenery while driving along Route 193 in Deblois today.
A close up of a row of tiny blue camps used to house migrant workers during blueberry season.
This location is owned by the Jasper Wyman & Son Company, the largest U.S. grower, packer and marketer of blueberries.
Henri pulled over to the side of the road several times for me today.
One of our favorite autumn rides.
For when an autumn Nor'easter comes through and blows almost all the pretty leaves right off the trees. That's when we head for the place where we know the color is still wildly brilliant.