Not far from my American Home we have a forest that is actually a park. To me it’s still a Forest…you know…trees and all. Today’s Autumnal journey takes me to the Wissahickon Creek, Fairmount Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
What is so great about Fairmount is the size of it. It’s huge and filled with everything from history to natural beauty.
You can see how beautiful it is from my pictures but this is only a taste of what there is to see. We only spent 20 minutes here today and it was amazing.
Even though it was raining today it only stood to enhance colorful landscape. This is the beauty of my American Home.
I can never tell when Peak Leaf Season is happening. Sometimes I’m too early sometimes too late. Not sure about today but I think our outing today hit it somewhere in the middle.
The air is crisp and the colors were bursting!
Halloween is just a few days away. I can’t wait. As a World Traveling Troll I love to experience local culture.
Since I moved here 11 years ago I’ve found that Autumn is also my favorite time of year. The smells in the air, the cool crisp air and the frolicking and running amok. Who wouldn’t love this time of year?
I hung out with Bean and The Roomie this weekend. They took me to a Halloween thingy. Someone told me my costume was amazing. Um Rude much. I digress. We had a lot of fun and as you can see below the kid who jumped in my photo was digging me too!