Tuesday, September 22, 2015

50 Ways to Enjoy Fall

 
 
 
50 Ways to Enjoy Fall
 
 
1. Road trip to see the changing leaves.
 
2. Check out a local craft or harvest Festival.
 
3. Visit a pumpkin patch.                                                          
 
4. Go apple picking.
 
5. Take a walk in the woods.
 
6. Have a bonfire.
 
7. Tell ghost stories.
 
8. Play in a leaf pile.
 
9. Get involved in The Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure.
 
10. Throw a costume party.
 
11. Learn to bake a pie from scratch.
 
12. Watch a scary movie.
 
13. Make S'mores.
 
14. Create a fall centerpiece.
 
15. Go tailgating with friends.
 
16. Visit a haunted house or corn maze.
 
17. Build a scarecrow.                                 
 
18. Plant spring bulbs.
 
19. Attend an Oktoberfest.
 
20. Read a good mystery or horror novel. 
 
21. Learn to knit a scarf.
 
22. Go geocaching in a state park.
 
23. Learn to build a fire.                                                     
 
24. Rent a cabin in the mountains.
 
25. Make a festive wreath.
 
26. Start a journal.
 
27. Watch the sunset.
 
28. Take a hot air balloon ride.
 
29. Go horseback riding.
 
30. Learn to cook with butternut squash.
 
31. Perfect your signature chili recipe.
 
32. Tour a winery.
 
33. Shop for the latest fall fashions.
 
34. Grab some binoculars and start bird watching.
 
35. Donate warm clothing to The Salvation Army.
 
36. Spend a day antiquing.
 
37. Arrange and pot beautiful fall annuals for the porch.
 
38. Read by the fire.
 
39. Hike to a breathtaking overlook.
 
40. Carve a pumpkin.
 
41. Start a new hobby.
 
42. Sketch the season.
 
43. Learn to preserve food and create your own antique labels.
 
44. Take a hayride.
 
45. Go on a ghost tour.
 
46. Make caramel apples.
 
47. Explore a historic district on foot.
 
48. Find a way to volunteer.
 
49. Visit a zoo.
 
50. Host a game night.
 
Image result for deborah maloneDeborah Malone has worked as a freelance writer and photographer since 2001, for the historical magazine "Georgia Backroads." Her writing is also featured in "Tales of the Rails," edited by Olin Jackson and the "Christian Communicator." A member of the Georgia Writers Association and of American Christian Fiction Writers, she has an established blog, Butterfly Journey.
 
 
 



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