Spy Pond at dusk

It was a quite a day Saturday. This one is of Spy Pond in Arlington.

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Crimson tide

Saturday along the Upper Mystic Lake in Winchester.

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Somewhere over the rainbow

I took at 21-mile ride to Watertown Square and Fresh Pond earlier today — sunny and warm when I started out, but then I got caught in the rain. At least this was worth it. Along the Belmont Community Path.

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Apples and bees

You can’t tell from these pictures, but Cider Hill Farm in Amesbury was deluged with hundreds if not thousands of people on Saturday. We ended up high-tailing it out of there after we were swarmed by bees (not the bees below — at least I don’t think so) while we were trying to eat our apple-cider donuts.

Ready for picking
Amid the apple trees
I kept my distance
Fall flowers

Charles River ride

Looking south from the Eliot Bridge. Nineteen-plus miles along the Minuteman, Alewife and Charles River bike paths to Watertown Square and back. It was a beautiful day for a ride.

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Mile high

I’m in Denver for a week of reporting on The Colorado Sun and the Denver media ecosystem. And the food is outstanding at Henry’s Tavern. That’s a copy of Westword, the city’s still-kicking alt-weekly, on the left.

Feeling like fall

Biked 23-plus miles along the Minuteman Bikeway, end to end, and back via the Alewife Brook Greenway. Check out the fall colors at Great Meadows. Soon it will be snowing!

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Before the storm

Saturday along the Reformatory Branch Trail in Concord. (Click for larger image.)