Autumn in Kentucky… Beautiful, In Spite of the Sneezing
I hate to brag, but I have epic allergies. There are times I get into sneezing jags and, literally, lose count of the ACHOOs. Ragweed is one of my worthiest opponents. As an enemy, he’s nearly unmatched.
And yet…. I cannot get enough of this time of year. It’s exactly a week until Autumn officially arrives and I’m in an absolute state of bliss – even with all the sneezing.
As you may have noticed, the rotating pictures at the top have moved from Summer to Autumn. I’ll be adding more to the rotation (see what I did there… even in a Benadryl fog, I still have it), so be sure to watch for more changing leaves, pumpkins, and maybe even a ghost or two.
Probably not real ones.
Even though Summer has all but moved on, be sure to keep visiting all of Kentucky’s State Parks, the Land Between the Lakes Recreational Area, Mammoth Cave, Kentucky Lake, Lake Barkley, and on and on. Each of these places are as beautiful in the fall and winter as they are the spring and summer.
In fact, many times you’ll see more wildlife simply because the trees will hide them less during late autumn and winter. You’ll also experience smaller crowds and less traffic during these two seasons… just another reason I love them as much as I do.
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