“…this is the time of enchantment. The leaves are turning, and I wonder whether I ever saw them before, for the colors are a new miracle of blended tones. Surely this year is a lovelier autumn; the maples have a clearer fire.” – Gladys Taber
It’s been a lovely Thanksgiving weekend, and we are amply stuffed. It’s been a bit strange not having any of our kids with us, but it was nice to spend a quiet weekend with both sets of parents.
I’m preparing a post for Dave’s Garden Blogger Fall Color Project with photos I took today, but thought I would post these shots this evening. They were all taken yesterday at Kings-Edgehill School, a private school in the heart of town that has wonderfully landscaped grounds and a history that dates back to the mid-1700’s. Someday I’ll do a post of their beautiful church and other buildings. For now, this will give you a taste of how Autumn has painted our little town thus far.