Fall in New England

by | Nov 2, 2016 | My Life | 0 comments

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We spent a long weekend in Westerly, RI visiting my husband’s family. Now that is what Fall should be like… frost in the morning, cool, clear beautiful days, and trees beginning to burst out in fiery colors.

At home it was in the 80’s. In New England it was in the 50’s. Much more appropriate weather!

 

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