Sunday, September 26, 2010

Fall Colors, St. Michael's Hospital, and Maybe O'Reilly Auto Parts

Sunday, September 26, 2010. If you read the Sauk Centre Herald, you've learned that St. Michael's has signed a letter of intent, getting the ball rolling on a possible partnership. I gather the arrangements are intended to keep a medical facility here in Sauk Centre. With, I trust, some degree of local control.

It's definitely fall now. I'll be taking my hummingbird feeder in soon: it's been out there, on the off chance that a straggler might need refueling. Besides, I've been a little distracted this last week: water on two floors of the house. (More in
Through One Dad's Eye.)

Some trees have - let's call it "subtle" colors. September 24, 2010.

Some seem in a rush to get leaf-shedding over with, others have barely begun. September 24, 2010.

On railroad Avenue, looking southeast: Lake Wobegon Trail's a half-block over, on the left. September 24, 2010.

There's a peak to the autumn colors here: and my guess is that we're not at it yet. September 24, 2010.

Then there are fiery displays like this. September 24, 2010.

It's not all bright colors in the fall. September 24, 2010.

This is one of my favorite views in Sauk Centre: down Grove Lake Street, looking toward St. Paul's church. September 24, 2010.

I learned that the construction by South 12th and Fairlane Drive is probably going to be an O'Reilly Auto Parts store. A tip of the hat to sabrinabeans, who left a comment on a post in the Sauk Centre Journal Blog.

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