Shorter Days and Longer Sleeves

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This time of year we have less hours of daylight as we approach the autumnal equinox. The slant of the light in the evening casts a golden glow over the land. Chilly mornings and bright blue skies with puffy white clouds by day are increasingly frequent. Leaves take on that yellow-green shade that signals the approaching change. Scarlet colors are beginning to creep in.

Shorter days mean longer sleeves. Jackets, caps, long pants, and socks reappear. The year is passing along and the New River Gorge is passing right along with it.

What’s your favorite spot in the Gorge to witness the passing of time?

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