November in New Hampshire

Ahhh, November in New Hampshire, sounds like a poem, huh… Nope, not from me.

Wood has been brought into the house. And more wood has been brought closer to the house.
The deck furniture has been put under the house.
The acorns have been swept from the deck, several times. (It’s much simpler to shovel the deck without bumping into frozen acorns.)
The day lilies’ stems have been pulled out so as not to magnify their deadness.
The small flower garden has been chopped down so it won’t be so difficult to work with after the snow melts (always looking ahead).
The hoses have been drained and put away.
The outside water has been turned off.
Our sunrises (later) and sunsets (earlier) have been gorgeous.

There have been a few flakes but nothing to get excited about for now, which is good.


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4 Responses to November in New Hampshire

  1. talesofmy30s says:

    One of these days, I need to visit New England at this time of year. 🙂

  2. Chris says:

    The sunsets look just amazing! Do you watch or feed the birds in the winter? I’d love to hear about all the different kinds that visit your area. I know Meredith gets a wonderful variety during the winter months in Ohio. I can only imagine you are as fortunate.

    Keep the photos coming! C~

  3. Gail Dobbs says:

    Fall is my favorite time of the year. Donnie has been hunting alot but no venison yet. Fine with me. It’s quiet in Staunton, Virginia, no news here.
    Enjoy the calm weather!

  4. Alice says:

    A perfect sunset! Such colors can only come from heaven.

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