Tag Archives: Fall

September

Time flies because I’m not sure how we got to the second week in September already. We’ve had a couple of days of cool weather and were able to open the windows. That’s a really good thing since several of … Continue reading

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Fall Wordless Wednesday

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End of October

The color is still pretty rich, but the leaves are starting to fall, and the ground cover is deep. It rained Friday night. Lots of rain. I didn’t care that I couldn’t sleep through the roar of the thunder because we received over 3″ of … Continue reading

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New England

To borrow from Mr. Rogers – it’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood. This photo was taken yesterday at the reservoir that provides water for Portsmouth. The fall color is stunning, but there is no water going over the spillway because we … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Monochromatic

Soon, very soon. Have a lovely fall weekend. 🙂 In response to the Weekly Photo Challenge: Monochromatic. 🙂 

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Transition time

I knew the day would come when I pulled the last tomato out, but I still wasn’t ready. But, with nighttime temperatures hovering around 30 degrees, it was time. Down came the plastic to be reused for the winter chicken run … Continue reading

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Fall chores

I often wonder if a gardener works harder in the spring or the fall because it seems like both seasons provide a pretty good workout. The grapes and raspberries have been pruned, blueberry bushes moved, and cherry trees transplanted. Two of the raised … Continue reading

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