ALL SEASONS – AUTUMN ACTIVITY

Hello All Seasons Bloggers,
This week the photo link list is open from Sunday October 13 to Friday October 28 noon, Pacific time

Many thanks for sharing your awesome stories and photos of last week! Many, many thanks!
Am posting this early since the power outage was scheduled from Wednesday to Friday, but they keep making it longer, every day. So, I posted this Thursday night!

Looking for another week of your witty, wild, serious, and signficant experiences.

NEWCOMERS AND A FRIENDLY REMINDER
1. No matter if you have a long or short post, please leave ONE thumbnail on the linky list!

2. For hosts of memes/challenges, please do NOT use the same photo for all Seasons as for your meme. It is seen as advertisement!
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This Week

Never a dull moment when you live in the mountains!

 

When I think of autumn
I think of prickly overgrown grasses
getting the overhand.

Slow cooked brisket with ewy-gooye Reuben potatoes with sauerkraut and
Thousand Islands dressing which keeps
popping up in my mind to make!

Fall feast of pine cones for the squirrels

On the country side, stores and even this bar are now closed at 9 pm??

Skies like flocks of sheep, with trees,
grasses melting into
each other as if waking up
from an October dream.

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16 thoughts on “ALL SEASONS – AUTUMN ACTIVITY

  1. Beautiful pictures and such powerful emotion..
    And that slow cooked brisket with ewy-gooye Reuben potatoes with sauerkraut and Thousand Islands dressing…wow, so gorgeous.
    A wonderful, delicious dinner in autumn. Thank you for sharing. xo

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  2. I always enjoy this interplay of seasons between our two hemispheres. You with Autumn, we with Spring. It seems that vicariously, I am enjoying your season, while having the best of mine as well! 🙂

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  3. Enjoy autumn. I saw a post the other day about dyeing pinecones in cochineal – red food colouring – to make red cones for Christmas decorations. Perhaps you could try it. 🙂 Have a great week and thank you again for the link up.

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  4. Colorado had a late fall color change and then we got some snow from a cold front from Canada! I did manage to see lots of beautiful aspen tree colors, however, as we traveled upstate to Steamboat Springs to enjoy our anniversary last week.
    I hope your power is back and will stay on and that the fire danger is less. We could all use some rain!

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  5. We barely feel the change in seasons here in south Florida. The Red Maples are now putting out new leaves as if it is early spring. Hot and humid as usual, and no autumn color (but no leaves to rake and mulch!)

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