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Thursday, October 17, 2013



Hummm...just the excitment of the changing seasons; enjoying the new school year, and figuring out a Halloween costume from the old clothes stored in grandma's upstairs bedrooms. I misread your question the first time through and thought you asked about colora of fall that we liked. So, I'm just going to be presumptous and tell you anyway. There is a great deep burgundy leaf color (it may have an underlying orange component) and combined with one of the beautiful brilliant yellows of the season is stunning!


I love the colors of fall, too. And I love hunting for the "perfect leaf." (Of course, there always seem to be MANY "perfect" leaves.) When I was a kid, I used to like to press my most perfect leaf finds in heavy books to save them for awhile.

Mary K. in Rockport

I miss the smell of burning leaves although I know that was not good for the environment. Just yesterday we were moseying through the small towns of southern New Hampshire/Vermont enjoying the beautiful weather and fall colors. Also visited Harrisville and Green Mountain Spinnery! My sainted husband was very patient with me.

Liz in Missouri, USA

Being outside on the cool, crisp days. I agree - there is just something about the smell, when the cool air makes things smell fresh again. And the colors - like the sunset of the year as fall sinks into the darkness of winter.


I love walking in the leaves and jumping into the piles of racked leaves. Sadly people blow their leaves into bags and they're gone before you know it. New England has the best fall colors!


I also love the crackle and crunch of fallen leaves and Doug and I have been out walking in the woods so much this fall. As far as being a kid...late fall camping and cranberry harvests!


You described autumn in New England perfectly. I remember going for Sunday drives and stopping for apples, cider and cider donuts. Mmmm. And I remember jumping in piles of leaves and loving the feel of them all around me - they crackled and crunched and they smelled like everything good about the world.

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