…but I still have stuff to share from October.
Some fun times with Auntie Katie in the new outfit Auntie Laura and Uncle Josh bought.
These shots are still from our time at Dan and Jamie’s for the first annual family hunting trip in mid-October.
Fun with gramps and a box on Wednesday night before we left for home on Thursday.
On October 19th we said our goodbyes to Colville and to Dan, Jamie and Addy until next time.
Now back to the present. We have all kinds of interesting weather advisories across our state on this first day of November and the next few days. Snow has even been mentioned. The snow won’t fall on us but north and east of us it’s a possibility. Today I spent some time watching leaves fall from the huge maple in my neighbor’s yard. The leaves twirl as they fall and catch the light as they make their way to the ground. It’s kind of mesmerizing. We filled up our large yard waste bin plus one other bin yesterday and Dear rounded up mounds of leaves twice today.
Above is from our drive. The maple tree is just on the other side of that fence on the left.
Here is a reverse view with part of the tree pictured on the right. Half of the branches come out over our drive. Our privacy fence is on the left and you can’t see our home in this shot. We still have lots of leaves in our future.
This photo was taken in downtown Bothell at the Fire station. Fall really has been amazing here.
This was one of those random catch-up posts, a little of this and a little of that. What are you catching up on?
To start the new season today at sundown I have fences, signs, and fall color for y’all!
The vines covering our neighbors fences are turning color already.
My Dogwood is ablaze in fall colors.
Even the cats on my daily walking route are sporting fall colors.
And at the end of my walk I found a couple of signs to throw in the mix.
Looks like we have a new baby in the neighborhood. I’m not sure if I’d want all the details on a sign in my front yard.
I’m linking to signs, signs with Lesley and Good Fences with TexWisGirl at Run*A*Round Ranch Report.
Our fall is beginning with lovely cool mornings and sunny days. Today we are experiencing lots of traffic snarls because the Chinese President is visiting our region and driving around a lot to his different events. I’m happy to be able to stay put at home with only short drives to the grocery store etc. on my list of things to do. Hope your Fall is starting well or if you are in the southern hemispheres, I hope you are enjoying your Spring.
I’ve been moaning so much about the foggy pattern we have been in that I could not delay in showing you the turn in our weather. It will not last forever or even until Thursday so I had to hurry up and post the photos of the beautiful light in my corner of the world.
Romans 13:12 (ESV)
The night is far gone; the day is at hand. So then let us cast off the works of darkness and put on the armor of light.
Of course you notice that all the leaves I picked up in my mower last week have been replaced nicely by my neighbor’s huge maple. Today I hope to
vacuum mow the latest fall leaves up again. Seeing the leaves that still remain on the trees we’ll have to mow at least 2 or 3 more times before we retire the mower for the winter months.
Instead of cooking today I’ll be mowing.
If it’s Tuesday, it must be La Corona.
On Tuesdays at this old house we go out for Mexican food.
Do you have traditions at your house each week? They don’t have to revolve around food, either.