Sometimes I think fall is the most beautiful season of the year. However, I think that as every season comes around. I guess it just proves how fickle I am - just like the weather this time of year.

Two days ago we were soaking up the sun in 70 degree weather. Today we're hanging out by the fireplace enjoying its warmth and taking care of those inside jobs to avoid the 30 degree weather outside. However, in spite of the chilly temperatures, the colors outside our windows still tug at us, teasing us to come out and enjoy Fall's last hoorah!

This week we learned about a movie-in-the-making here in the Centennial. Fortunately this is not one of those "Hollywood" movies. This, instead, is a celebration of the Centennial Valley's unique characteristics and a tribute to those who have helped to keep it that way.

Although an honorable project, this production doesn't have the big bucks which Big Production promoters seem to find surrounding their plans. However, with help from groups like The Nature Conservancy, other parties interested in protecting and preserving the Centennial, and maybe even YOU? - the rare beauty and pristine wildness of the Centennial will be documented for all to see and enjoy. For more information contact The Nature Conservancy.

Lady of the Lake

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