11/1/17

Welcome November to Texas

November is one of my favorite months of the year for a number of reasons.  First, the weather...finally we Texans get a break from the season of 'Still Summer'.  Second, I get to eat Turkey and Dressing as many times as I can find it on the 'Menu', and third...it rings in the fourth Texas season...'Christmas'.  You do know the other three are Almost Summer, Summer, Still Summer and then Christmas.  Please tell me 'Climate Change Science' does not predict the end of the Christmas Season in Texas.  I don't know that we can cope with 'Forever Summer'.
November brings beautiful color changes in our Texas landscapes which makes for some pretty awesome photo shoots.  This winding road with falling fall leaves was taken near Buffalo Gap, Texas and The Taylor House History Center.
The Taylor House History Center at Buffalo Gap, Texas. 
Website HERE
Be sure and view the slideshow...you will want to put the Buffalo Gap Historic Village
at the top of your places to visit in Texas. 
Ya'll Come...In November!

12 comments:

  1. The beauty of Texas is the diversity of the Christmas season. I have enjoyed Christmas in the eighties where we all played touch football in our t-shirts and Christmas with a high of 17 degrees for the day.

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    1. Yep, key word there, Barbara...diversity! Football in Tees and Snowball fights in Parka's. Sometimes just a day apart. That's Texas Mother Nature for ya!

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  2. Your banner and selection of photos just scream FALL. Now I am craving some apple cider.

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    1. I've been screaming for fall to get here. Apple cider...hmmmm. usually folks scream for ice cream, but apple cider sounds good, too!

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  3. starting to see some color here in the DFW area. You did name the seasons correctly. If it goes to forever summer, I might have to move back east!!
    Nice pics

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  4. I adore your fall foliage and the winding road. But you have to explain that first picture, what did you loose?
    Ann

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    1. It's hiding under the lamp shade!

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  5. Yes my sister in law and husband love living in Boerne, but hate the heat. That is why we go visit them in October. The hill country is so pretty then

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    1. Boerne is a great spot in the hill country. My sister lives in New Braunfels, so I am familiar with their humid heat. Yes, October and November are good times to visit the hill country. I'm meeting my sister in Fredricksburg next week. If you haven't been there, it's a must place to go...lots of German History, food and antiques.

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  6. I'll be there for the Christmas season this year!

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    1. Great! Hope you will be able to come see my shop! Let me know when you are going to be here!

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