Just A Week

We walked this path just last week in shorts and T-shirt’s. What a difference a week in New England can make. The temperature was in the high 50’s so long pants and a jacket were necessary. The leaves are no longer all bright green. There are many yellows and a few reds. The ground is littered with them. The squirrels were much busier gathering the many acorns that have fallen. There were fewer people at the dog park and we only passed one person along our 2.5 miles. Autumn is fully here and winter is coming.

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7 Responses to Just A Week

  1. It’s almost time to break out the knits!

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  2. Terri DuLong says:

    I’m originally from Boston area, and although I hated winters, I loved autumn up there. Coming up to visit in 2 weeks, so keep those colors vibrant. And I’ll get to wear some of my knitted scarves. 👌

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  3. kathyreeves says:

    Yes it is, tomorrow night in fact! We have snow coming. Hopefully, there will be a few warm days after!

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  4. Alissa Head says:

    I’m so jealous. Due to some weird weather pattern we have a high heat index today. I can’t wait for fall!

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  5. Fall is falling! Love the start of your autumn leaves there – thanks for sharing the picture!

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  6. salpal1 says:

    NOOOOOO! Did you have to say that last bit?

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  7. Stefanie says:

    Our mornings have been cold in the 50’s. Tuesday chilled down fast and I had wished I had brought a coat while the wind was whipping away at the match.

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