After our visit to Springfield, Massachusetts, we drove over to Mount Sugarloaf in South Deerfield. The road was open so we didn’t have to hike up. It was a clear day, and we were able to see the great view. But it was cold and extremely windy at the top. In fact, as we were driving up the narrow road, we could see the wind blowing leaves in a circle. Lorraine called it a Tasmanian devil. After enjoying the view, we returned to the parking area and saw that two small trees had been twisted off and were lying across the road. We were glad that they hadn’t fallen on Lorraine’s Jeep, but I think that the caretaker could have pulled the trees off the road all by himself. Instead, he raced down the road in his golf cart to block the entrance. No one else would be driving up the road after that. They would have to walk up!