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Falling for Fall

 FALL - my favorite season of all!

Yes, it's officially "fall"! It is the time of the year where Maine will be dressed in shades of red, orange, yellow and brown.

... where the wind is crisp and chilly,

... and where the apple orchards smells yummy.
This is my favorite time of the year because the sceneries are amazingly changing and inspiring.

It is fall and I think I am falling in love with it all over again.

NOTE: Photo walk location - Mousam Way Trail in Sanford Maine. This was taken last Fall of 2011. Sanford Maine has several amazing 4-seasons trail that everyone can enjoy all year-round. So if you are looking for special outdoors activities with friends or family alike, check out what Sanford can offer.

For more Information on Maine Trail check out the fol:
1. Mousam Way Trail
2. Sanford, Maine
3. Maine Foliage

This is a SPECIAL POST for MAINE Attraction... a regular blog that features everything and anything about my home - Maine.


Ebie said…
Kumusta Ruthi? Bihira na akong mag blog, pero paminsan minsan nasa FB.

I love Autumn, and we are scouting for the best colors here in Northern California.

I am still hiking but its a little bit harder when we are up on higher elevation between 8000 to 11000 ft above sea level. There is not much air, and I am challenged.

Thanks for stopping by and I will see you around.
kulasa said…
what can I say, the photos are making me dreamy....and yearning for fall :-)

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