Unlike the trees up north live oaks, cypress and hickory trees are still a deep green here in central Florida in mid October. I scan the woodlands alongside Lake Tsala Apopka looking for some sign of fall. Alas I find a hint of autumn with the leaf changes of the southern fox grape, a vine growing along the edge of the woodlands. Its green leaves are beginning to turn to hues of brick red. If I want to see the fall splendor of color, I will need to head north. I see a road trip coming!