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Our drought was so severe they're saying we won't have any fall color at all. We'll see. And the pumpkins have already all turned orange--our farms are having to bring in pumpkins from elsewhere to sell for fall decor and Halloween.


Hmmm, the thought of apple cake makes my mouth water! Unfortunately, thanks to that late spring freeze, the old orchard above our house has nary an apple. I guess I'll actually have to BUY apples this year.

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  • "Only by understanding where I live can I learn how to live." Scott Russell Sanders, Staying Put
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