There’s no doubt that fall is upon us here in Maine. Everyday I find the trees and shrubs are a little more vividly colored, yet a little less leaved but always a little more beautiful than the day before. We’ve officially become what New Englander’s like to call “Leaf Peepers“–yeah funny, right? There’s even a “Dos and Don’t etiquette guide for peeping on the leaves and an entire website dedicated to the act! It’s even listed in the dictionary!! Look it up..”leaf peeper” Twilight Zone??? I think so! We’ve never experienced a true season change such as this–nope, never. Yeah, we’re Texans–so leaf peepers we’ve become. So when one sees a tree a blaze of orange and yellow or red, it’s like we’ve spotted sasquatch–which if you think about it, could happen too. 😉
Gone are the days of shorts and sandals, but that’s just fine. Fall days in Maine can be just as fun as those of summer. We’ve got so many adventures ahead– apple picking at Hope Orchards, maybe a hike up to Shawnee Peak with an overnight in a Yurt or possibly a day of chasing Maine’s covered bridges. Whatever we decide it’s gonna be gorgeous!
What’s your favorite fall activity? Pumpkin pickin? Cornfield Maze?
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I think the best part about autumn is the changing colours of the leaves on the trees, totally wonderful.
I know..and the various shades of orange, yellow and red is amazing! It’s crazy to think what nature can do.
Autumn is my absolute favorite season, which leads up to my next favorite season because of snowboarding! Love nothing more than switching gears to boots, sweaters, and Pumpkin Spice Latte! I do especially love Central Park out here in the fall season.
Oh I know…I’ve totally gotten into spiced apple cider now and a whole host of other autumn culinary delights!