In the few weeks since I last posted the fall has come and gone. I kept waiting for the perfect day to take pictures but it never came. Sure there were beautiful days but they did not coincide with the beautiful colors which were sometimes fleeting this year. The summer was so hot and then the torrential rains of early September did not do favors for the brilliant colors we have so often. One tree I use to gauge the progress of color simply dropped its leaves this year. There were many lovely sights but not the crisp ones I have grown to expect since moving here.
It is now the 8th of December. The leaves have fallen and I should be getting ready for Christmas. Before that, here are some photos taken in the last few weeks to show we did have autumn topped off by a Thanksgiving trip to Cape Cod.
Along Wagamons Pond.
Above Milton Memorial Park
Outside our front door
The geraniums are still blooming but are much bigger and prettier today
Dave is showing Jake how to pull carrots
Geoff and Jake on Cape Cod
Kicking the ball and enjoying the out of doors
Bentlely loves running at the Cape
Jake and Bentley (that's Bill's leg in upper right corner)
Just after sunrise looking out at Cape Cod
The worst part of the past few weeks has been a neverending cough and congestion. I am getting too old for this stuff. The best part is that I made it through another year. Yesterday was a significant birthday for me. More significant is that we travel to Arlington this weekend to celebrate Jake's "Happy Birthday."
I guess it is time to get ready for winter now.