Happy Autumn

September 22, 2008 By: Marshall Cutchin

Gordon Wickstrom celebrates the first day of fall and notes that for many, the season produces just the opposite of dread. “When a fisherman today takes to the creek in its autumn glory, or a hunter to a water hole on the prairie to shoot doves, he knows that his intense response to it all is protected by the knowledge that he need not bury himself like the ant in dark, frozen slumber and so try to survive: He can go home– and turn up the thermostat.” In the Boulder Daily Camera.