Friday, November 9, 2012

a little bit of fall

the new england fall this year did NOT disappoint. there was the perfect amount of "crispness" in the air without being too cold and the leaves were absolutely stunning. all of that to the backdrop of new england churches, cemetery's and colonial architecture  made every outing blissful. it exponentially increased the rate at which i'm falling in love with this place.

being unemployed definitely came in handy during the season when i made every fall treat possible including but not limited to pumpkin bars, apple crisp (from apples i picked), raspberry jam, cinnamon rolls and candy apples. visiting all of the local farms, orchards and pumpkin patches was the perfect way to soak in the fall in all it's annual glory!

Wilson Farms-one of many farms we visited








anyone who knows me knows i will travel far for a good doughnut :)

Lexington




 26 weeks..i think

Play date at Forrest Hill's Cemetery











I will leave you with a quick preview of Salem which myself and a few ladies visited the day after Frankenstorm Sandy hit. We were all stir crazy and wanted to see Salem before Halloween.

The Cemetery