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elijah13
Sep 19, 2017
Love fall leaves--don't have these in Florida. Going to Ct for a week next month. Hope the fall leaves are there by then--10th to 20th of Oct.
JAMP124
Apr 25, 2017
Could be Vermont (which I love).
jas6415
Mar 13, 2017
Beautiful....what a gorgeous setting...I love the mountains
judipd
Sep 26, 2016
Love fall the trees are beautiful
aussiesapphire
Sep 22, 2016
Beautiful colours Wonder where it is.

"We must let go of the life we have planned, so as to accept the one that is waiting for us." Joseph Campbell

"I will love the light for it shows me the way, yet I will endure the darkness because it shows me the stars." Og Mandino

Good night dear friends and God bless. Hugs.
ParsonWayne
Sep 22, 2016
I have no idea where it is because the leaves don't know that it is Autumn around here with temperatures in the 80's the week. I live in Ohio. It must be in Canada or the upper Northeastern US. Happy Spring, AS. Hope you had a wonderful birthday.
puzzlelover20
Sep 22, 2016
The normally see those kind of colors along the northern east coast, like Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Massachusetts and some in Kentucky and Tennessee like up in the mountains. So I've seen in books and television. Arkansas has pretty fall foliage up in the mountains. Everyone have a wonderful day!
aussiesapphire
Sep 22, 2016
Hi PW, my husband is in Ohio in a place called Perrysburg and works in Bowling Green (funny name for a town ;) - you may be neighbours. I am still praying that he will find the happiness he is seeking. More hugs.
trynfindit
Sep 22, 2016
According to Wiki, Bowling Green, Ohio was first settled in 1832, was incorporated as a town in 1855, and became a city in 1901. The village was named after Bowling Green, Kentucky by a retired postal worker who had once delivered mail there.

With regard to Bowling Green, Kentucky, Wiki says: Some controversy exists over the source of the town's name. The city itself follows the first county commissioners' meeting (1798), which named the town "Bolin Green" after the Bowling Green in New York City where patriots had pulled down a statue of King George III and used the lead to make bullets during the American Revolution. Some historians dispute this, however, and credit Bowling Green, Virginia, or a personal "ball alley game" of Robert Moore's instead. Early records indicate that the city name was also spelled "Bowlingreen".
aussiesapphire
Sep 23, 2016
The one where he lives is in Ohio. But thanks for the history lesson trynfindit. Hugs.
ParsonWayne
Sep 23, 2016
Not familiar with Perrysburg, but I do know Bowling Green. And yes we have some very funny names for towns - many of them are Native American names like Coshocton, Wapakineta. In Coshocton, there is a street called White Woman Street, named for a white lady kidnapped by and then married to an Indian chief [native American, not the country of India].
Pennsylvania, which has almost as many Amish settlers as Ohio has some unusual names for towns also: Bird-in-Hand, and Intercourse, PA. I am originally from Pennsylvania and lived as a young boy on Pumphouse Road in Oil City, PA. The house is no longer there.
aussiesapphire
Sep 23, 2016
Since the event of Google maps, I looked up many addresses where I once lived and only one house is no longer there. It was in Hamilton, Ontario and looks as though it was demolished and replaced by a factory of some sort. But it was good to take a walk down memory lane and I now have a folder with pictures of the houses in it. Perrysburg is about 20 mins drive from Bowling Green, Freemont Pike is the road. Hugs.
ParsonWayne
Sep 25, 2016
AS, He lives in northwest Ohio and I live in southeast Ohio, so we are probably 200 miles apart. I just looked it up on Google Maps and we are between 199 and 201 miles apart. I was guessing about the 200 miles, but wasn't too far apart. lol
KwkClkrSwkr68
Sep 24, 2016
VERY PRETTY fall colors!!!!!!!!
Eveningstar
Sep 23, 2016
So much fun.:) Happy Autumn to you all.:) May God Bless each and everyone of you.:) HUGS!
jas6415
Sep 22, 2016
Beautiful My favorite time of the year. Although I am not looking forward to raking leaves again
CatLadyOKC
Sep 22, 2016
Me either, our yard is like a funnel, we had 52 39gal. bags of leaves last year.
Taffi
Sep 22, 2016
I love raking leaves! Make a big pile and then jump in them. Then I get to rake them up again! The person for whom I used to rake leaves now has a gardening service. No more raking for me. Or jumping leaves!
trynfindit
Sep 22, 2016
Jas and CatLady, why not get a yard blower and blow the leaves into a pile? That would make the chore a lot easier.
CatLadyOKC
Sep 22, 2016
Have one of them, but with the walks, graveled areas, drive and beds they still have to be raked too. To get them picked up they have to be in no larger than 39 gal. bag. We use both blower & rakes. We also live in Ok. and lots days it is really windy. We also have neighbors than know if they leave theirs that they will usually blow most of them into our yard.
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