Thursday, October 9, 2014

Changes in the Air

A cloudy day in August.

It seems like just yesterday, and yet, here it is the middle of October.



It started off being a bit cloudy and we even had a little bit of rain,  Then it turned into a glorious fall day...the kind Vermont is known for.




(This is why we call it fall.)

Lisa at Grandma's Briefs asked how we decorate for Halloween.  Here's my contribution to the season:


Let's face it.  Nature does the decorating for me most of the time.

15 comments:

  1. Me also. I no longer spend lots of time decorating my home for the holidays. We don't have people over except rarely and I then have to put it all away in just a few weeks!

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  2. I love those brilliant colors in Vermont.

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  3. Your fall colors are way ahead of ours -- we still have mostly green. I just decorate inside anymore. I have a fall wreath on the front door, but I stopped with all the gourds and other decor. Now, I just do a bit of redecorating inside the house.

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  4. New England is so beautiful in the fall! Glad you are enjoying it! -- I love the fall and winter!

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  5. Indeed the weather yesterday was magnificent. Low 60s clear and breezy. Great for raking the leaves, except for the gusts which tended to undo my efforts.

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  6. The leaves are beginning to turn here too. We will miss most of the fall color, and Halloween, this year due to our cruise coming up next week. but I do have a pumpkin on my porch. It's a must have.

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  7. If Nature worked her magic here like she does in Vt. no one would have to decorate.

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  8. A glorious time of year. We have the kids coming for our thanksgiving this weekend!!!

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  9. Sharp Cheddar and local apples!


    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^=

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  10. There is only one word that works for these pictures..........STUNNING

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  11. If the weather could cooperate, I would live there naked all year round.

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  12. The colors are just beautiful and I can almost hear the leaves crunching as you walk through them and flying in the wind when a car drives through. Enjoy.

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  13. VT is surely the most scenic place to be in fall. (Though CO isn't too shabby either this year.)

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  14. Sure looks pretty. We are still waiting for summer to end.

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