Before heading out to Japan, Jon and I took a three-night camping trip up in Maine and I wanted to share some of the photos from our last day there, just as were hitting the road for the 8-hour drive home. It rained torrentially most of the trip, but I enjoyed the misty, cold weather — after all, that mixed, moody drizzling is what fall is really about! Meanwhile, the colors were out in force in Acadia, so we spent our days driving around, walking in the woods, and enjoying the scenic ocean views. Last year at the same time, the fall leaves never really peaked, so we were happy to discover how beautiful and bright the colors could be in the National Park.
I’m sad that my favorite season has come to a close, but this year I was fortunate enough to celebrate it in four different ways! From Wyoming at the start of October, to Maine, New York and Japan, I had a record number of falls this year, catching the changes as we swung from one region to another. I don’t think you can get much better than four falls, really, that seems kind of hard to beat!
So long to my favorite season, I can’t wait to see you again next year!
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