Nostalgia for Autumn in New England

Each year when autumn arrives, I am overcome with nostalgia for my days growing up in New England. Crisp cool air, tree leaves changing to golds, oranges, and reds, apple picking, and the anticipation of Halloween and Thanksgiving holidays were the joys of autumn in my hometown. My favorite time of year to visit New England is fall, and soon I will journey back to spend time with friends and family. I can’t wait to be there.

The Wandering Moose Cafe – West Cornwall, CT
The Toll House – West Cornwall, CT
Avon, CT
Collinsville, CT
Lasalle Market and Deli – Collinsville, CT

 

This post was inspired by the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Nostalgia.

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  1. cms4896 says:

    My favorite time of year there too! Missing it more and more every year. I think I once heard that New England has the most vibrant changes in color than anywhere else in the world!

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    1. Yes. Beautiful time of the year in New England.

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  2. So Beautiful!!! I relaxed for a few moments looking at your pictures, and I needed that. Thank you :)) Jen

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    1. Thank you, Jen. I’m glad you found the pictures relaxing.
      Donna

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  3. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
    MY NEW ENGLAND TRAIN LAYOUT…WILL BE SET IN AUTUMN COLORS–THIS IS A GREAT, COLORFUL POST!

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    1. Thanks so much, Jonathan. Mother nature delivered some great color in CT last fall.

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