Thursday, October 25, 2007

Farm Photo 10/25/07: Absolute Autumn


Now That's More Like It

We've had rainstorms and blustery afternoons and days in the 50s instead of the 80s.

It finally feels like fall.

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A year of Farm Photos ago:
10/17/06:
Garden Life
10/18/06:
My Little Girl Is Growing Up
10/19/06:
High Wire Act
10/23/06:
Patchy Cat On The Old Porch
10/24/06:
There's That Distracting Sky Again
10/25/06:
I Get This Look From Cary A Lot (And I still do. And a Cary update is coming very soon--I promise!)

Two years ago:
10/17/05:
Not Everything Happens Slowly In The Country
10/18/05:
Look Up, Look Down, Look All Around--Always
10/19/05:
More Fall Color & That Handmade Fence
10/19/05:
Rural Scenery While Out Shopping Yesterday
10/21/05:
Last BLT Of The Season
10/22/05:
Farmcats Rescue Themselves
10/23/05:
Are You Smiling Yet?
10/24/05:
Sheep, Sunlight, Shimmering Leaves
10/25/05:
There's Nothing Like The Warmth Of Wood Heat

And out of the kitchen came:
Chocolate Babycakes! (Made with my amazingly easy Emergency Chocolate Cake batter)

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18 comments:

  1. We are on our third day of steady rain and I am so happy I could cry! The temperatures have finally broken and fall is really here. :-)

    Oh and I found my "farm". I found a farm house built in 1828 on 68 acres. Now to figure out how to finance getting buying it! Any tips?
    Take care!

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  2. Just beautiful!

    We have been in Las Vegas for 7 years now originally planted in Boston and one of the things I miss the most is the burst of Autumn color.

    I do so enjoy my visits.

    Wishing you all the best!

    Danielle

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  3. Hooray for rain and cooler temps! Love the foliage in your photo...not so much of that here in Georgia yet, though in the mountains the leaves are changing just a bit.

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  4. Oh so beautiful! I just love trees! We only get them like that(naturally) at the higher elevations.

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  5. If I ever moved from my home state, I'd still have to be in someplace with a visible change of seasons. I just love the fall colors.

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  6. I ran out of the house yesterday and thought woah, it's almost cold out here. Fall has finaly hit Missouri. I love the cool days, and the leaves are starting to turn in a more serious way. I do feel a little guilty with all the rain we have had, when my friends in So Ca. need it so much. Enjoy your Autumn view.

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  7. Susan,
    Thank you so much for sharing your life. I have only recently found your blog, and have read through every post, laughing and crying with you and the other readers. Also, I tried your lentil soup recipe - Wonderful!!
    Thank you again. I look forward to learning more!

    Amber

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  8. Though I love it when it's sunny and 70 degrees in January here in Southern California, I truly miss the foliage and crisp autumn air at this time of year. Thanks for sharing fall's beauty.

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  9. Thank you thank you - we don't get much fall color here and it is beautiful. The light is as pretty in your place as in ours - that golden, misty look - bless you Susan - ya done it again.

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  10. What wonderful colors! I love Autumn and it's fiery trees!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  11. Nice view. Sadly we are being told that since we haven't had much rain that our colors will mostly be shades of brown. I so look forward to fall and I feel cheated! It's rainy here at the moment, but it's still humid. I guess I will have to have a road trip for the leaf peeping season.

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  12. Here as well (in Maryland) - finally the temperature is starting to fall as it should have a month ago, we finally got a bit of rain for the last few days... it feels like I can finally relax!

    I keep coming back to look at Lucky Buddy Bear - as my second dog, Maddie, mellows out, she reminds me a lot of him (or vice versa). Awwww.

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  13. I don't think I've ever commented before, but I've been reading your blog for more than a year now. Thank you for the great posts, food and photos! You've convinced me to get a baking stone.

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  14. Hello Susan, absolutely beautiful photo, as usual. Love your blog, especially when you talk about your cats...

    Regards


    B

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  15. What a beautiful Autumnal photograph. It's great to see so many different coloured trees. sara from farmingfriends

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  16. Love seeing the beautiful autumn colours as I don't see them in the sub tropics.

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  17. Beautiful photo! So great to see fall colors! I'm surrounded by palm trees and for a midwest girl ... that doesn't mean Fall.
    Thanks for the treat!

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  18. very nice autumn scenery, very lovely

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