Monday, October 21, 2013

Weekending


We've been packing it in these last few fall weekends.  This one was all about raking, picking apples, and preparing the garden for winter - with a little football and knitting thrown in for good measure. Life feels so very Autumn right now.  A never-ending raking job'll do that.  As will piles of vegetables and herbs that must get stored or preserved asap and garlic that needs to get in the ground before the frost.  (I hope Laura Ingalls is listening.)

I'm soaking it all in before "stick season," the affectionate term given to the winters here.  Then we'll hibernate as best we can, but for now it's all about being outside and enjoying these gorgeous days.


3 comments:

Anonymous said...

The only things that makes saying goodbye to the garden easier are the brightly colored fall leaves.
BethW

Anonymous said...

that make...

Jasmine said...

Stick season doesn't equal winter. It's the season between fall colors and snow. :-)

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