Autumn is my favorite time of year. I love everything about it! I spent this past weekend doing all sorts of autumny things! And I even remembered to take some pictures to share!
Long walks on a sunny Saturday morning.
Collected some leaves for autumn decorating around the cottage! (I will be sharing my fall decorating style next week!)
Some acorns too!
How many times I have walked by this tree and never noticed how cool this bark looks! Like a braid don’t you think!
Never seen a red door I don’t like! And the layers of bricks paired with the original stone of McFarlane House, built in the 1800’s!
One last pear left on the tree at Windwood Farms! But that is okay ’cause we were there for our annual apple picking excursion!
We have so far gone through almost a half bushel of Honey Crisp’s and several pounds of McIntosh, Empire and Gala’s! I never put just one kind of apples into my apple pies or crisps!
I couldn’t bear to pick this one.
Tripper wanted a piece of the
action apple too!
How have you been embracing the arrival of Autumn?
Pop back on Friday when I share a caramel apple stuffed cupcake recipe!
Beautiful photos Maureen! I’ve been wanting to take a walk in the great outdoors, I just have to make time and do it! Looking forward to your caramel apple stuffed cupcake recipe!
Thanks Jeanie! They are forecasting another stellar weekend here in Niagara and hope I can get out again. I will need to walk off all the cupcakes I am sure to eat!
Cynthia Weber @ A Button Tufted Life... says
Fall is my favourite time of year!
Your photos are beautiful and that red door… Hello prettiness!
We just bought a historic home in the country and move next month… I am hoping we will have a few days to enjoy the fall leaves once we move!! Looking forward to that apple cake recipe!!!
Thank you Cynthia! I have been trying to make a conscious effort to slow down and enjoy the season and was so glad I made the time on the weekend! How lucky are you to moving into a historic home!!
So very lovely! The photos are stunning! pinning…
Thank you Kelly 🙂