I miss the Midwest’s colors.
And of course, these friends.
I miss the fall colors of the mid-west as well. I grew up there, in Indiana.
Fall was, as I recall, colorful, crisp, and dry. Unfortunately, here in
western Oregon, fall means, wet, wet, and more wet! Dog towels piling
up at the doors, wet dogs, wet rain gear, and, my favorite, MUD!!
I loved those pics of dogs on the trail with the trees in full color, brought back
I understand you are in a different part of the country now, enjoy the contrast.
Appreciation arises out of contrast.
It’s a tradeoff. I love being near the ocean of course! I agree contrast can be good for us.
I’m a summer person so fall and winter are not my favorite times to do anything.
What are these “fall colors” of which you speak?? 😉
I’m up the coast from you but we needed the A/C on Monday and this morning I woke up regretting I had left the windows open overnight…hello Fall.
I was freezing this morning as well. Uh oh. I’ve gone soft!
Beautiful! The trees haven’t turned colors here just yet, but soon. We are enjoying the cooler weather.
Can’t wait to see pics on your blog.
The cool weather, glorious colors and fresh air.
Blogger Lindsay Stordahl
My name is Lindsay Stordahl, and I am the blogger behind That Mutt.
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