On the first Wednesday of each month we like to pause and take a look at what’s going on in the world around us, with a particular focus on animal activity, celestial events, and our farmers’ fields.
Happy fall y’all. I’m positive that’s not the first time I’ve used that phrase here this year, but whatevs it’s fall and I live in the south, I can
say type y’all all I want! Autumn is way up there on my list of favorite seasons, they’re pretty much all my favorites, except winter, winter is the middle child bratty step child, but we’re working on our relationship. For me, Autumn is a time of no excuses, I try to get outside as much as possible even in the rain.
I truly love hiking all year round, but there’s something spectacular about walking through the woods during fall. The air is cool, crisp and clean and the colors can keep my camera and I occupied for hours. The summer humidity and bugs are almost nonexistent and there seems to be activity in the thick of the woods. Animals are bulking up before hunkering down to wait out the winter. Just like the woodland creatures, humans are stocking up on food and hunting as well. If you are going to hiking during the fall, and you really should, besides extra camera batteries, here are some things to keep in mind: