Good morning from Greenwood, Maine where autumn has started to settle in. Soon we’ll be stowing away our canoes and getting out our skis for the winter. The evenings are cool, I wore a wool sweater last night, but the days are still warm. I plan to get outside today to enjoy a beautiful fall day. Wherever you are this weekend, I hope that you can do something fun too.
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