Fall Splendor in West Michigan

The fall season is one of the most special times in West Michigan, and this year the colors have been exceptional. So, for this Friday, while I wait to attend Grandparents’ Day at some of our grandchildren’s Christian school, we’ll post a few photos I have taken this month.

And we will work our way backwards in time. These first two photos were taken yesterday morning at the PRC Seminary (down by the sign) on our first hard frost morning. As the sun arose, the landscape was simply stunning.

Of course, with the weather last Saturday back in the 70s, my dad (age 89!) and brother and I had to get ‘one more’ round of golf in. Ironwood course was loaded with color!

Last Friday night my wife and I drove along the Grand River on M21 through Ada and Lowell – beautiful night on the Flat River (and good food at the Flat River Grille!).

We have been enjoying the new patio in the back of seminary, especially now with the woods behind us ablaze in fall colors. These were taken last week Friday, during our Friday brat cookout.

And two weeks ago I took a ride to Holland to check out some books that were available, and this scene filled my soul with wonder. Port Sheldon going west was one gorgeous setting after another.

Well, that will have to do it for now. I hope you will join me in praising the God who is the best Artist in all the world. No one can paint the heavens and earth as He can.

The full moon that began this month.

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  1. I’m blessed to drive Port Sheldon many times a week. Thanks for pointing out God’s handiwork. ________________________________

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