First, with an emphasis on zip…
Bob and I were sharing a car for while. But this summer, as he began a new job, he suggested I take this for a test drive… He didn’t have to ask twice. I’ve loved these cars since I saw one on vacation in 2003. 10+ years later, the “emptying nest”can handle this. As a former ad copywriter, I certainly appreciate zippy ad copy too, but I digress…
Meanwhile, back on those country lanes, this is “high season” when “leaf peepers” from around the world visit New England and enjoy the fall foliage. We are about at about 30% “turned” right now, but things are getting more gorgeous by the day. Let me show you some of my local views. (FYI: You can click on the images to make them larger.)
We have many ponds in our neighborhood. I love the cloud reflections after some recent rainfall.
Around our yard…
Previous autumn posts… on leaf blowers.
From the archived Among Women blog: “God’s World” by Edna St Vincent Millay, plus a poem by Maria Johnson, and finally my photo essay on barns.
10 comments on “Zipping Down Country Lanes in New England… and walking them too…”
Yes, you have a great husband, indeed! Absolutely love this little post…….the pictures, the captions! Absolutely beautiful! And since I am in Florida believing I am missing peak foliage, your 30% comment made me happy! Hopefully there will be more when I come home on Sunday!
There’s still a lot to see!
Beautiful pictures. I miss New England.
Come back for a visit!
Fall is the only time I get homesick for the north east. I do enjoy the pictures. Thanks.
Thanks for dropping by.
Oooo, eye candy! Love the cows and horses, and must admit…when I grow up, I wanna be just like Pat and Lisa, my grown-up friends who have cool little cars. In grad school we did a little project on them…they had just come out. I was particularly impressed by the special coffee cups you got (because they messed up the height of the cup holder to bottom of the dash).
ANYway. Love this post. As Bego would say, beautificorama.
Happy horsing around in your neck of the woods, Sarah!
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