Tag Archives: Fall Foliage

Running Into Some Color And A Better Attitude

I have to admit, Modern Philosophers, that this post was supposed to be a total downer. As I prepared for my morning run, I mentally outlined the post I was going to write upon my return. The plan was for … Continue reading

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Agent Orange: Freezing Fall Foliage Follies

It was a chilly 26 degrees when I awakened under the warm covers at The House on the Hill this morning, Modern Philosophers. I stayed in bed for as long as I could, getting a full play by play of … Continue reading

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Leaf Me Alone! Tenacious Tree Turns Trunk on Peer Pressure

Originally posted on The Return of the Modern Philosopher:
Here’s another one from the “Only in Maine” category… One of the most beautiful things about autumn in New England is the fall foliage.  One could drive anywhere in the region…

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Jump Start Your Brain: When Trees Turn!

Happy Saturday, Modern Philosophers! If you’re anything like me, you’re still plodding around the house in your Sleeping Toga, rubbing the sleep out of your eyes, and wondering why you can’t form a complete, focused Deep Thought. Don’t reach for … Continue reading

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Leaf Me Alone! Tenacious Tree Turns Trunk on Peer Pressure

Here’s another one from the “Only in Maine” category… One of the most beautiful things about autumn in New England is the fall foliage.  One could drive anywhere in the region and enjoy breathtaking views of autumnal colors as the … Continue reading

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