PLAIN GROVE TOWNSHIP, Pa.-- Early morning risers discovered frost covered windshields on Wednesday morning. Walking along a road side covered with fallen leaves revealed an extra crunchy sound. Dozens of leaves from nearby Maples and Oaks shimmered with what appeared to be a sugar glaze coating thanks to Jack Frost.
The first significant frost of the season ushers in an urgency to the brilliant foliage painting the Lawrence County countryside.
The colorful scenery will soon disappear as will the memory of this first frosty morning of October 2010.
Enjoy our Autumn Views along Reese and Old Ash roads in Plain Grove Township and on Potter Run Road in Washington Township.