Autumn Colors…and the sheep

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Things have been very busy here, but I managed to snap some photos early yesterday morning.  The leaves have started their change and the evenings have been consistently in the 50s.  Still waiting for those really cool nights so I can plant the 500 flower bulbs and the garlic taking up space in my pantry. 

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But the transition into winter is beginning.  The wood shed is filled floor to ceiling, and the hay for the sheep is stacked in the barn.  The cellar has become the go-to place for dinner with onions, shallots, potatoes, and acorn squash all available.  I still have leeks, rutabaga, and carrots in the garden, but otherwise the veg garden is winding down for the season.

 

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Virginia Creeper

 

 

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Flock of Canadian Geese

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Dahlias, cleome and salvia

 

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