My husband and I went to the local apple orchard recently. That's a fun, fall highlight for us. They have the most wonderful apple cider! It's also a sort of "must" to get some apple cider donuts. They make them fresh right in front of you, and they're quite wonderful.
Some flowers have managed to survive a while longer. Would it be super cheesy if I said they had "flower power"? Though, historically I suppose that would mean a more "passive resistance" than, say, ardently fighting against frost. Haha - that'd make a funny propaganda poster - flowers yelling "fight the frost!" (I like tangents. Do you not know this about me yet?)
It's pretty neat having local options for a pumpkin patch and an apple orchard, and as it turned out, the apple orchard also had pumpkins - lots of them!
And they didn't have just ANY pumpkins - no, sir. They had these modern pumpkins with price tags. ;) It still amuses me.
Apple cider donuts, hot, in a paper bag, delivered with the acknowledgment to keep the bag open since they were still very, very hot. Does life get much better than that on a fall day?