ALL SEASONS – THIRD WEEK OF OCTOBER

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Hello ALL SEASONS Bloggers, Sunday October 16Wednesday Oct.19
For the ones who did not read the last post, the new name is now
ALL SEASONS!

Was delighted with all your lovely contributions of last week! Thanking each of you so much for sharing your experiences.
It’s my highlight of the new week.

Am now more immersed myself in Fall, which is a different feeling than getting geared up for Spring and Summer. I can’t wait for the latter ones to arrive, while I tend to put off Fall as possible, because I’m looking at winter.

Today (Friday)  it’s raining and fog has appeared in between the mountains. The wood stove has been put on, and am going to put a butternut squash with spinach casserole in the oven.

 

 

 

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If I ever would move countries again, this is the time I probably would miss most. The pumpkin and turkey time

 

 

 

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Or, to take a scenic drive in the mountains in Fall

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love how children automatically start playing with things in nature. This is Sasha’s fairie house, from found things in our yard.

Your turn to share your experience in Fall!

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22 thoughts on “ALL SEASONS – THIRD WEEK OF OCTOBER

  1. Beautiful images and thoughts! I would miss Thanksgiving, and Halloween too should I ever live in another country. I do love Fall for fashion though. I’m so happy to be breaking out my tall boots, wool sweaters, turtlenecks, and corduroy jeans.

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  2. I love to see kids playing out in nature and using their imaginations! I’m glad you enjoy this time of year in nature (and in your kitchen) too! Thank you for “All Seasons”.

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  3. Hi Jesh, You do a great job covering the seasons. I love the colorful pumpkins, Sasha’s fairy house and the scenic drive in the mountains. I am used to more color because we have so many trees and greenery in the mountains where we live. The photo is still lovely.
    Thank you for your sweet comment about my post and grandson.
    Happy Blue Monday and have a wonderful week.
    Hugs, Jeanne.

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  4. Hello Jesh, such lovely photos… and beautiful links!
    I have slowed down on posting and joining link parties – because my policy remains that if I don’t have time to visit other bloggers and write proper comments, I don’t post either. 🙂
    “All Seasons” looks as lovely as “Seasons” did, and I’ll be happy to participate with my next post, which will be more season-related.
    Thank you for hosting and have a great day!

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