SEASONS – BEGIN OCTOBER FEASTS

SeasonsWidgetBlog2_4269 copy Hello Season Bloggers, Sunday Oct. 2 -Wed. Oct. 5

Thank you so much for all your beautiful and interesting posts! Always a pleasure to read and see them!

One reason why blogging it’s addictive, you get to see each other’s stuff:):)
Suddenly the weather here turned colder last week (51 degr. F at night) on the mountains, but in the valley it was still near 80 degr.
How about where you live?

Many feasts in October, starting with Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, October Fest for the ones who like beer (at least that’s how it is known in Europe), and at the end Harvest fest, and the ones who like creepy things Halloween.

About one and a half hour drive, up in the mountains are are a string of fifty plus apple farms. Except for apples, they have also several vegetables, jams, pies, winter hats

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Squash and Gourds

 

 

 

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No messin’ with Miss Rabbit – in the small, but busy shop of the home made  chocolates:)
Up at the ceiling shelf she guards the store

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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It didn’t matter whether this tractor was old, incomplete, and rusty. Children immediately climbed on it, when they saw it.

 

HAVE A LOOK AT MY PAINTED FLOWERS
click on HERE

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Went back home through Placerville, where the late painter Thomas Kinkade lived. Since some of you only see my weekly SEASONS posts, and my side bar is hidden, this is the special event I was a month ago referring to. This post is one of my favorite art endeavors!

 

Your Turn to share the the beautiful, sad, or whatever you experience you had.

 

 

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14 Comments Add yours

  1. Brooke Neal says:

    Love those gourds! Will miss the fall weather, but we are cooling down and the humidity has left, so that is a blessing.

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  2. jandi says:

    Children are always drawn to tractors… Love the colours of squashes! Have a beautiful week!

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  3. That is one giant bunny! Holy cow!

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  4. jMo says:

    Guard that chocolate, Miss Bunny! Nice colors and I love the old tractor, I have a tractor in my first post as well—great minds and all. I LOVE your bg pic, woman! We’ve had a few gloomy days but I swear the most fun I had this weekend was trying some nasty brew from a multi-seat party tap wagon while listening to live Yiddish dance music.

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  5. Love the explosive yellow of the gourds.

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  6. Eileen Wise says:

    Hello, the tall bunny is cool. I love all the squash and gourds. Happy October! Thanks for hosting, have a happy week ahead!

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  7. bettyl - NZ says:

    How nice to have the farms so close by. There’s nothing quite like fresh veggies and fruits! Your paints are wonderful! Flowers are such inspiration and give so much joy.

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  8. Pat says:

    I miss apple picking at an apple orchard–we used to do that every year when we lived in NY. There are not many apple orchards in eastern Colorado. We did go to pick out pumpkins with the grandchildren at a farm last week. They loved sitting on an old tractor too!

    Have a lovely week! Happy October!

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  9. Answer to your question about the dads: They were all at work. It was just the moms. We are hoping to get all the group together which includes about 13 families in a couple of years. The only problem is we are all spread out over a couple of states.

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  10. DeniseinVA says:

    These are great Jesh, fits in beautifully with the season.

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  11. Very nice photos and words. I’m no kid, but I also love that tractor! I followed the link to your flower paintings. VERY nice!

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  12. handmade by amalia says:

    Love the variety of squash and gourds.
    Amalia
    xo

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