Saturday, September 22, 2007


It's happening.......the crisp fall air is happening. The calendar says it's time. The weatherman reports it everyday. The wind is changing direction. Seasons are changing. It's very subtle here in the Sunshine State, but it happens. People here admire more dramatic change and make trips to go visit it in other states. They flock to North Carolina, Virginia, even as far away as Vermont just to catch a glimpse of maples wearing red and gold leaves.

And the chance to wear wool and boots for more than just fashion reasons. That clear, crisp autumn air calls like a siren. We're envious of all those who get a spectacular fall. The trade off is of course January, February, and March. That's when they are envious of us. But for now, the glory goes to the picture postcard towns of the northeast.

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