Wednesday, September 29, 2021

Explore Outdoors ~ Goodbye Summer

 


Last week was the official beginning of fall ~ but sometimes it doesn't feel like fall until we're raking the leaves and pulling our sweaters out from the storage bin.

Signs that summer is over:

  • flowers going to seed
  • petals drying and curling
  • leaves blowing in the wind
  • woolly bears hiking across the sidewalk
  • sun rises later and sets earlier

What are the signs of fall you see in your neighborhood?

2 comments:

Kathy Halsey said...

We call the wolly worms and. I saw a bunch at The Wilds.

Rosi said...

Ah, I miss woolly bears. We don't seem to have them here. Thanks for the reminder. We are finally have a little fall weather here. Fall for us means highs in the 70s and 80s, but not the 90s and above.