So far it has just one patch of bright red.
We've seen the coaches on the roads. They've struck it lucky. For people who actually book leaf-peeping holidays from Britain, it can be very hit-and-miss. A bit of rain and wind and the leaves are gone before they even started and you've wasted a lot of money. Most people head for New England because they've been told it's the thing to do. They don't know how beautiful western New York is.
Meanwhile it's Fairy Glen time again in our garden. Mummy, Daddy and two baby mushrooms all in a row..
But something's missing...
Chippy, Chipolata, Chipster and the gang have vanished. A couple of weeks ago they were scampering everywhere, one up the oak tree biting off the twigs with the acorns, the others catching them and doing relays back to the burrow, acorns stuffed in their cheeks. Have they already hunkered down for winter?