Monday, October 7, 2013

Fall Fun List

"Summer's loss seems little, dear, on days like these."
~Ernest Dowson~

(Checking things off my Fall Fun List)

Tom and I took a Sunday Drive to the mountains to see the leaves, smell the air and enjoy each other's company.

It was beautiful out, no coat required and car windows down. We were able to take in all the smells of Autumn.
Tom bought me my first Pumpkin Spice Latte. Enjoyable!

I could end it here but my finger kept clicking away on the camera.

It was a great day!


  1. Our Marine kids enjoyed their two days in Seattle but needed more to really get a feel of it. They went up into the needle, rode the trains for transportation, visited the aquarium and ate at a place called the Crab Pot. Got lots of photos. Naturally they had plenty of coffee. :D I love your pictures of the countryside even better, and I have that visit on my bucket list.

  2. So beautiful! I loved seeing all of your pictures. Our trees are all still green.

  3. Yes, it is!
    It close to two little towns call North Bend and Snoqualmie

  4. Gorgeous! I love that quote at the beginning, too!
    I do wish we had mountains! ha.

  5. Dear Christine...such pretty fall pictures! I just love drives through the countryside anytime ... but the fall is the very best! Thank you for sharing! Blessings ♥ Teri

  6. It is clear that you really do "enjoy each other's company".

  7. The bridge shot is my favorite! I want to take a fall ride with my true love. When we were growing up, we did it all the time. Of course, we lived in an area known for its beautiful fall foliage. Around here, you just see more piney sticks.

  8. What a beautiful day, love all the photos, Christine, thanks for sharing.

  9. Beautiful photos, hoping to see some fall color soon, will have to travel a bit inland, not much fall color here yet. Sounds like a lovely way to spend the day

  10. Thank you for taking your camera with you. What lovely pictures, especially for a fall loving person like me.


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