Earlier today, Sarah, Dalla, and I drove up to Devil's Lake State Park for an afternoon of hiking. We anticipated finding the park with peak fall color and we weren't disappointed. The tree were ablaze with plenty of reds, oranges, yellows, and of course some greens. The trails were often covered in fallen leaves and acorns the squirrels hadn't yet buried. We saw some portions of the park we hadn't seen before, and we took some photos of ourselves and a few of the things we saw. When the three of us are out hiking, it's like being out in public with a celebrity as Dalla gets all of the attention from children and adults alike while we're barely acknowledged at all. Today, numerous other people talked to her and tried to scratch her. Ironically, she couldn't care less about other people, unless they have food for her, which none of them do.