Another beautiful Canadian Thanksgiving at the Lake Muskoka cottage
|A crisp fall morning walk is rewarded by this view|
Autumn has descended all too quickly for us in southern Ontario and while our summer annuals (those that haven't been chucked out for mums and kale) on on their last legs, the fall colours of our native deciduous trees and shrubs are peaking. Here are some reminders why I love our four seasons taken over our Thanksgiving weekend visit to my sister and my brother-in-law's cottage near Gravenhurst, ON:
|Windy and cool but no water skiers to disrupt the peace|
|Vibrant orange autumn maple and sumac leaves|
|Isn't it amazing how the chlorophyll is drawn out randomly?|
|A final reminder of a wonderful season|
By Paul Jung, author of "garden muses: a Toronto gardening blog"