There’s a nip in the air today…fall is on the way.
Not that it’s a surprise or anything…the goldenrod started blooming a few weeks ago.
The hydrangeas have gone from blue, to straw, to deep burgundy.
The Queen Anne’s Lace has gone to seed.
And the rosehips are ripening.
The beech trees are full of beechnuts. The mornings are so silent, I can hear the squirrels chewing on them in the upper branches.
Time to turn the compost pile means time bring in the last of the squash. Quite a haul this year…
And soon – very soon – it will be apple time…