Monday, October 1, 2018

And that was September!

A quick peek of the last bit of this busy month ...

The annual fibre glass trailers weekend rally in Niagara.
Always a fun time.



A quick and slightly chilly fishing trip with long time friends.
Nothing like a feast of fresh caught Northern Pike!


The scenery was stunning!




And, there was a brief but beautiful harvest moon reflection moment
that had us running outside to the dock to catch a glimpse ...


The month was ended with the annual Wellesley Apple Butter and Cheese Festival.
23rd year for Crosshill Mennonite Church's Apples with hot English Toffee Topping
fundraising booth!
It's always such a fun day in the village where I grew up ...


And of course, gearing up for Thanksgiving Weekend with some pumpkin.



Oh, and one more thing. 
The "naked lady" crocus bloomed on September 17th
6 weeks till snow??? - eek!




Till next time ...... Praying today for a cousin's granddaughter undergoing neurological surgery.
       May the Lord protect you Cassie and guide the surgeons hands during this procedure!
       
       

5 comments:

  1. You had me with the toffee on apples! So many wonderful autumn times to share!

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  2. You just gotta know I loved this post. Our mutual love for camping and food and all the beauty of the outdoors calls my name. What a great September. I'm already dreaming of pumpkin pie too...and something apple with toffee sauce may now make the list too.

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  3. That's the first I've heard of the 'naked lady' crocus. So it blooms in fall rather than spring? It looks like you had a great September...from trailer rallies, to fishing trips, to apple butter festivals. Oh, and you got a jump start on pumpkin pie! Tis the season.

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  4. You filled September with delights!! (Not the least of which was toffee-topped apples. Heavens to Betsy!)

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  5. Looks like a wonderful September! Hope October is just as good!

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