This year the fall colours have been particularly spectacular. I tried reading up on why, but got lost in words like chlorophyll and carotenoids. I don’t care about the science. I’m just grateful for the beauty of the area we live in.
Here is a photo essay from my Thanksgiving weekend. Enjoy the colours while they last, and Happy Thanksgiving!
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In Australia we don’t celebrate Thanksgiving. I always tell people that Thanksgiving is my favourite Canadian holiday because it’s like Christmas without all the drama.
I miss pumpkin pie the most…it’s completely unheard of here. Also our turkeys are the size of Emus so the preferred bird is called a turkey hind and really why would you!
Happy thanksgiving and I give thanks for your remarkable uplifting blog.
Christmas without the drama and really why would you? When, oh when my dear friend will you be starting your own blog? Call it Musings from down under…
Your porch picture should be on one of those porch calendars. 😊
I wish it was my porch, but it’s not–a beautiful porch in Keene, Ontario!
Lucky people who live there. 😊
Gorgeous photos! The colours make me so happy!! Thanks for sharing 🙂
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