The Casting Dock

a few fall happenings

Fall in New England is truly unlike any other. Even though the leaves have been lackluster this year (relatively speaking), it is nevertheless a breathtakingly beautiful part of the country at the BEST time of year.

The perks of living in New England, especially in the fall, are BOUNTIFUL. Chief among them: farms. Farms with fresh roadside produce, apple picking, corn mazes, hot apple cider donuts, hayrides, pumpkin picking, and lots and lots of aminals for the chitlins.

I CANNOT WAIT to have a youngin’ of my own to tote around farmstands and orchards in the fall. Crisp air, fresh produce, kids in longsleeves and vests with little runny noses. Such a cozy time of year.

WOW. I’m having a little baby bug moment. Weird. (and no, I’m not pregnant or anywhere near it.)

Anyway, I do just love the fall festivities around these parts.

I got to spend this past Saturday in Cambridge with my college roommate. She’s a regular on this ole blog in part because I love her and in part because, unlike some of my other dear friends and my sweet husband, she loves the camera just as much as the camera loves her. So I don’t get the typical get that camera out of my face look from her.

The Head of the Charles Regatta was this weekend which meant lots and lots of people, skinny little boats with spandex-clad rowers, and a pleasant day on the Charles River.

3 comments

1 Mama Logan { 10.24.11 at 7:41 am }

Awesome pictures of TWO of my FAVORITE couples and beautiful Stef. A great way to start my week!

2 Lucia [LOO-sha] Rooker { 10.24.11 at 6:53 pm }

While i was searching for pictures of library ladders [typical] i stumbled upon your blog and i’ve decided to follow it :) if only to live vicariously through you since you live in New England – my old stomping grounds and hopefully future dwellings with my future hubs :)

3 Rhonda Burns { 10.28.11 at 2:12 pm }

Baby bug moment! May it linger!

I will never forget the first time I saw fall there. It was the most beautiful thing I’d ever seen. I could not stop talking about how amazing it was. Not sure I want it bad enough to take the snow that follows, but it is tempting!

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