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blueeyedmanda

Welcome Fall

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well everyone its that time of the year again, time to say goodbye to the summer and get ready for Autumn. I have to admit around here in PA the leaves are turning and falling but the temps do not exactly say October (tomorrow is the 1st). It was mid-70's here today again. I know the nights are getting cooler but the forecast did say 80 by the end of the week again.

Anyway Welcome Fall!!!!!

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Yeah, we've had crazy warm weather for this time of year. Last week we had one day when it was 36 degrees Celsius (96.8 degrees Fahrenheit), how crazy is that!

But the leaves are turning here, too, and are beautiful farther north of us.

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Yeah, we've had crazy warm weather for this time of year. Last week we had one day when it was 36 degrees Celsius (96.8 degrees Fahrenheit), how crazy is that!

But the leaves are turning here, too, and are beautiful farther north of us.

My family lives in the mountains in rural Northeastern PA, the leaves are so pretty up there right now. Where I am 2 hrs south of them the leaves are starting to turn now, just in the last week or so. The foliage is very pretty. I love summer the best for the warmth but my favorite fun season is fall, its so pretty and there is so much to do with fall festivals and corn mazes and halloween things.

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I've been singing the praises of Fall the past two weeks. Love the change in the air and sun. Pulled our fall recipies to try and made apple crisp and pumpkin pancakes.

The leaves are beautiful in PA. I lived there a few years and really missed them all the years we lived in CA.

Happy Fall to you.

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I'm in NY State (southeast of Albany) and our leaves are changing quickly now. The eves have been much cooler. I cooked my first pot of chili and made some gluten-free gingerbread last week....so it must be fall, lol! (As soon as I buy a bag of gluten-free candy corn, I'll be 100% into the spirit of it!)

Rho

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I'm in NY State (southeast of Albany) and our leaves are changing quickly now. The eves have been much cooler. I cooked my first pot of chili and made some gluten-free gingerbread last week....so it must be fall, lol! (As soon as I buy a bag of gluten-free candy corn, I'll be 100% into the spirit of it!)

Rho

My parents are about 45 mintues from the NY border, we have I-81 sometimes we come to Vestial to shop. My mom always liked Target and Kohls, and up until recently she did not have those stores in Scranton.

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lol... our week+ of rain started two days ago, and the snow level dipped to 4000ft. I went for a hike in the snow (falling on us and large drifts on the ground) yesterday! Mt. Rainier: Mt. Fremont Lookout

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Tiffany--I always love looking at your pictures. It looks so beautiful out there--I've never been west of Memphis :D

Wow Ursa--96 degrees! :o Hope you're cooling off now....

We also had the beautiful weekend in Jersey. It was georgeous--warm and sunny in the afternnons and nice and cool at night for sleeping. I did see that it's supposed to warm up again, though.

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I showed John the picture of the snow in the mountains and he is so jealous! He loves snow. He is already talking about blizzards and snow drifts...things we don't see in PA (well our area of PA) that much anymore. John just is a winter lover!

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I'd like to point out that Tiffany had to CLIMB A MOUNTAIN to get to snow. For those of us in the lowlands, it's puddles up to our shins from all the rain.

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I'd like to point out that Tiffany had to CLIMB A MOUNTAIN to get to snow. For those of us in the lowlands, it's puddles up to our shins from all the rain.

I tried to explain that to John but he wanted no part of it...He was in tranced by the snow scene. Well in jan when it is down near zero and there is mountains of snow out there he can enjoy cleaning off the cars. :)

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It's fall? Really? I hadn't noticed... We moved from Maryland to Texas last summer and I really miss the leaves changing colors :(

Here... well, we're only getting into the low/mid 90's during the day, and the nights are downright cool... 73 last night!

And, we only had to mow the lawn once last week!

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I'd like to point out that Tiffany had to CLIMB A MOUNTAIN to get to snow. For those of us in the lowlands, it's puddles up to our shins from all the rain.

lol :) well... we drove up most of the way, and only hiked another 800ft or so above that. :P

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