What's left are lots and lots and lots of rose hips. I've tried making jams and sauces from them, but the results were less than stellar. While still very high in vitamin C, wild rosehips are just not as dense as those from cultivated roses. They are quite pretty though and I do tend to pick & eat a few every day.
Also in abundance around my house are high bush cranberries. The
We don't get the spectacular colors of the changing leaves up here in Alaska. There simply is not the variety of trees here to generate lots of colors. The trees we do have mostly turn yellow, which is pretty, but not amazingly brilliant as autumn in the northeast. I admit to missing that about New York and New England.
We are off to Fairbanks early on Thursday morning for our Bad Girls of the North craft show this coming weekend. See you next week!