This is my most favorite time of year! The harvest is done, the stockpile of wood is complete, the hills are turning shades of gold, burnt orange and red and the weather is beautiful!
Pictured above is what you see to the left of our driveway. We are deep in the heart of some of the most beautiful land God has seen fit to bless us with.
Today is a really cold and drizzly, but these days are few and far between. Mostly, we are having warm days and cool evenings. Great weather to bed the gardens down for winter and to take care of all the pre-winter chores around the homestead.
This is the north slope of this mountain we set on. Even though are camera is a little dated, I hope these pictures will give you a glimpse into the beauty God provides us here in the Ozarks this time of year.
We went into town the other day and took the camera with us... everywhere you go there are breath taking views.
For miles and miles you can see only the affects of Autumn across the Ozark Mountains.
Here on the homestead, this is what you see looking from the house to the spring greenhouse. I consider it our spring greenhouse because it is what is used after all of our seeds have germinated. It seems that there is a lot more red in the leaves this year than last year.
And there is nothing like a quiet walk in the woods with your best friend during this wonderful and restful season!
Hopefully next year I can get better pictures for you!