and it is a sweltering 35C - the first time it has gotten so hot this year.
While I am not a fan of Hallowe'en, I am a huge fan of pumpkins (especially in soup or as in pumpkin spice latte)
or even as decoration, especially when they are all misshapen.
It is still too early in most parts of the province for seeing the fall colours, though in some places farther north I hear they might be over before Thanksgiving (October 9). Going for a walk to see the leaves - and maybe kick your feet through some of the fallen dried up leaves - is a perfect way to work off some of that turkey and pumpkin pie dinner.
Most postcards that show the colours are generic country scenes with no actual location designated
this one is a bit of an exception,
though the photo on the card could really be from anywhere...
and while getting out to country lanes for a drive among the trees is always a pleasure - except when everyone else has the same idea, then it's just a long, slow trek - you can get just as much of a colour fix while walking the streets of the city
sharing with Postcards for the Weekend's theme of Fall scenes