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On 2006-09-28 22:35, Rory Raven wrote:


I dare say I have you all beat -- autumn in New England is truly magical! Walking the same streets as Poe and Lovecraft, as colorful dry leaves scatter in the cool wind ... wonderful.

Happy autumn, one and all!

Rory

(no relation to Mark -- that I know!)



Rory makes me sad and wishes I was in New England. Smile
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Chin up! Visit anytime and I'll be happy to walk you around -- I'll put a ticlet to my walking tour, the Providence Ghost Walk, aside for you.

See you soon,

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An Adirondack autumn is nothing short of a yearly miracle (to me). I live for this time year -- the crisp cool air, the changing of the leaves, and the gentleness of an October moon upon the lake. The transition of summer into winter renews me – it always has, it always will.

Doug, you put it into words perfectly.
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I live about an hour and a half from Lake George, it's awesome up there !
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I live just outside of Boston, pretty crappy here.

Dead leaves littering the ground, squirrels falling out of trees, tourists running about with cameras, blinding those squirrels that are still in the trees, they stumble back to where there were leaves the day before, but alas, they are gone now, fallen to the ground like the poor blind squirrel, and the tourists click on.

Fall in New England is the signal to many natives that it is time to pack up and head to Florida.
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I live just outside of Boston, pretty crappy here.

Dead leaves littering the ground, squirrels falling out of trees, tourists running about with cameras, blinding those squirrels that are still in the trees, they stumble back to where there were leaves the day before, but alas, they are gone now, fallen to the ground like the poor blind squirrel, and the tourists click on.

Fall in New England is the signal to many natives that it is time to pack up and head to Florida.

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"There was much of the beautiful, much of the wanton, much of the bizzare, something of the terrible, and not a little of that which might have excited disgust."?
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Nice one, Lucia.

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I live in the last of the Pennsylvania Appalachian counties to the north. The Riverside Inn, about 18 miles north of where I live (but still in the same county), is quite quaint and very haunted. It's a wonderful place to spend some time, especially this time of year, if only for their Sunday afternoon buffet and a roam around the various sitting rooms that are always open to the public. Being so far north, we don't usually get any creepy stuff coming out of the foothills. But, around this time of year, activity increases and we generally end up with at least a couple of individuals, usually out-of-towners, that have experiences that just can't be explained. Once all the leaves have fallen, everything pretty much settles down again. To top it all off, my wife was born on October 31. To say the least, she's a treat all year long. (Hope I made some points on that last comment.) Ha!
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Thank Edgar Bergundy Poe, Rory, and Nicholas, Isso's synchronistically been sending Corona and Z< Pennsylvania nightime Civil War battlefield shots teeming with spiritual phenomena manifested by the O'Brien Sisters. My lovely partner, Isso and I celebrate our 30+ wedding anniversery Oct. 31!
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