One of my favorite places to hike in SC is the nearby Jones Gap State Park. The Middle Saluda River runs through the park, and an old 1930s trout farm pond shows visitors how the locals tried to survive the Great Depression. I chose to hike the Hospital Rock trail today, and made it just past the actual rock before turning around. Plenty of leaves on the ground, but most of the trees in Jones Gap are still green. I did manage to find some fall colors to photograph, and red once again dominates the turning.