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Time to Fall Into a New Season

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Time to Fall Into a New Season

We often ask our fans and followers on Facebook and Twitter what their favorite season is. By far, the most popular answer is always autumn. Whether it’s the brightly colored foliage, the retreat of the oppressive summer heat, the smell of wood fires in the air, the return of football, the start of hunting season, or the promise of the holidays, fall is clearly a magical time for many of our readers.

Here’s a guide to everything you need to know to enjoy the coming season:

Happy fall!

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1 Leafpeeper { 09.23.17 at 3:09 am }

Some time back there was a thread full of Woolly Bear meanings: Let’s see if this works!

2 julie { 10.06.13 at 10:59 pm }

“Happy Fall!! ” I was wondering if you could tell me about the woollie bear catapiller , ! I think the orange on them means mild? and Black is harsh?!! I just would like to know for sure!! Thank you , Julie Baldwin!!xx

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