Friday, October 6, 2017
I'd love to share with you the beautiful fall colors in Central Oregon! It was quite chilly when we left and we put all our patio furniture away and moved the snow blower to the front end of the garage. Winter will be in full swing when we get there again in December.
I saw these bushes in Maine last year but don't know the name. I thought the colors were so brilliant. Sadly, the transfer of the pictures from my phone to the laptop isn't capturing the real vibrant colors.
I saw this sign yesterday at the library and had no idea what it meant... have you ever heard of this? I suppose I should check it out.
The winner of my Primitive Gatherings Summer block of the month (freebie) from last year has been announced and her pattern is on its way! There will be more giveaways, as I'm really trying to clear out my sewing room!
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I believe that Bush is called Burning Bush. Oregon is beautiful most any time of year.ReplyDelete
that is right...burning bush...they are sooo beautiful in the fall...hot and summery here in maryland thoReplyDelete
I was surprised when I went to the mountains today there wasn't more color. Maybe tomorrow on Mt hood.ReplyDelete
The deer love that red bush....ask me how I know.
I have no clue what totalboox is.
That's either a burning bush or Japanese maple (several varieties available). LOVE burning bushes in the fall, especially when they're left to grow as God intended (and not trimmed). Have a Japanese maple in the front of our house and love it all year long! LindaReplyDelete
Looks like a way to download from your library ... check out this link. http://www.totalboox.com/ReplyDelete
I hate to think about it, but that's pretty smart to have the snowblower ready! The fall colors are so beautiful!ReplyDelete
Thank you for your lovely autumn photos. I believe the red bush is called Burning Bush. We have numerous Burning Bush in our yard and throughout this area, and they are indeed striking in the autumn.ReplyDelete
Glad you got to enjoy the fall colors before you headed home.ReplyDelete
I am loving the Fall colors, but your mention of the snowblower is a stark reminder of what is to come.ReplyDelete
Total Boox is a clever idea, but I don't know that I want my library on a device. I do read on my tablet when I am traveling, but most of the time I prefer a good old book in my hand. :)