Risking life and limb for my blog.

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Never let it be said I don’t put myself in harm’s way for my loyal readers.

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Yes, I drove home from the store one handed the other day just so I could share a few shots of our beautiful fall foliage in Maine.

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We had a very hot dry summer…

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So the leaves aren’t as vibrant as they could be.

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But it’s still a pretty sweet show.

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Minus the spots and streaks on my dirty windshield that is.

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No small animals were killed while I swerved left for that burning bush…

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And swerved right for that perfect sugar maple.

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Good thing we don’t get much traffic on our road.

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Or police cruisers.

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Ah, autumn in New England.

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If you’ve never experienced it….

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What are you waiting for?

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26 thoughts on “Risking life and limb for my blog.”

    1. I recommend this time of year to visitors but it’s very hard to pick the right week ahead of time. We’re early this year due to a summer drought and a few cold nights. A lot of people plan vacations and then are angry when the leaves don’t cooperate!

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      1. We lived down south for 17 years when my husband was active duty and yes, there are certain things I miss…. but the lack of changing seasons isn’t one of them. Now that I’m a woman of a certain age? Heat is the enemy. You can have it, and it’s evil twin humidity, in spades.

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  1. Beautiful! We live right along the Washington/Idaho border, which is usually full of color by now … but everything is off this year. We haven’t had our fall rains or a true cold snap yet, but hopefully it’ll come soon and we’ll catch up to your color. At least I can enjoy the beauty you shared … thanks for taking the risk!

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