Autumn Comes To The Buckeye State

Autumn is a beautiful season in the Midwest and Northeast, as the leaves change and the last seasonal blooms appear.  The average bit of Ohio woodland may not be as richly colorful as, say, a Vermont forest, but it is still a treat for the senses.  It is a time of year when a normally brisk walk slows down, so the walker can try, at least, to fully appreciate the surprisingly rich tapestry of colors found in that patch of trees that has been passed thousands of times before.

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