Archive for the 'autumn' Category

05 Dec

A Cold Winter

The Old Farmer’s Almanac has always been a fun read for us New Englanders. Checking out what they have to say about the weather and the coming winter season is my favorite part. Well, this year, they are predicting a much colder than normal winter. We don’t usually take too much stock in what they […]

07 Oct

Autumn Splendor

Most of the swamp maples in our area have reached their peak of bright colors. Caught at just the right time of the day, their colors seem to glow. The rest of trees will reach their peak this weekend – right on time as always. Autumn has always been my favorite season here in New […]

24 Nov

Happy Thanksgiving!

Giving Thanks for a beautiful, loving family. Giving Thanks for the delicious food we eat. Giving Thanks for our home that has kept us warm and safe. Giving Thanks that we live in a country where we can dream and achieve. And Giving Thanks to the Men and Women who work to keep it that […]

13 Nov

An Autumn Quote

“The leaves fall, the wind blows, and the farm country slowly changes from the summer cottons into its winter wools.” I don’t know who stated this quote, but it is true in our area. The bright colors are all gone and the winds have been quite brisk of late. The days are dark early now, […]

24 Oct

Into the Woods

Many afternoons this summer and early fall were spent at the lake. Getting our daily exercise in the form of swimming was excellent. But as the days get considerably shorter and colder, we start to turn to another form of exercise. The leaves are no longer on the trees in the woods. And this weekend […]

10 Oct

It Was A Woodpecker

The little pieces of chipped tree kept floating down just outside the window by my computer. It kept grabbing my eye as I was working, so after a bit, I went outside to see what was going on. There was a perfectly round hole in one of the branches in the tree beside my window. […]

23 Sep

Autumn Quote by Samuel Butler

Youth is like spring, an over praised season more remarkable for biting winds than genial breezes. Autumn is the mellower season, and what we lose in flowers we more than gain in fruits. – by Samuel Butler Fall arrives today in a rainy, muggy way as the leaves continue to make their slow journey to […]

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