Falling for Autumn

Alright, folks

The time of year where it is now socially acceptable to scare random people walking near your driveway is upon us. The leaves are in hospice, long dreaded pumpkin spice is back, and the temperature is more bipolar than my mother around the holidays.

Besides those impeding the roadways to gain access to their nearest Starbucks, fall is my favorite season. The weather is at its most tolerable in the middle of the autumn season, and one might say, slightly enjoyable. Many have different reasons for their appreciation of this long-awaited season. Whether your reasoning is the cool temperatures or the apple cider (I refuse to include that “pumpkin drink” in an article more than once), you are most likely looking forward to these upcoming months.

However, you may be looking to expand your horizons and pick up some new activities this fall. Here are some activities to consider in the autumn months of Ohio:

-Go hiking around Ohio’s numerous trails

-Head to Boo at the Zoo at the Cleveland Metropark Zoo Oct 26-28

-Check out the Sunflower Festival October 6-7, at Gorman Heritage Farm in Evendale

-Wear your best costume at Columbus’ Highball Halloween costume party, in the Short North Arts District

-Search for your favorite ghostly ghouls at the Moonville tunnel in Macarthur – known for its paranormal activity.

These are just a few ideas to get your spooky and fall feelings rising. Have a wonderful preparation for the upcoming winter season!

Featured Image belongs under public domain

“Autumn Scene” by Amine Kaytoni is licensed under public domain

 

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  1. Reading your blog never fails to make me laugh! The part where you said, “The temperature is more bipolar than my mother around the holidays,” made my day. I can’t wait to read more in the coming weeks!

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  2. Honestly I cannot believe how you manage to keep yourself focused and on task and deliver your information so well with the humor of a child! The title “Falling for Autumn” makes me chuckle, even though it is childish. I just don’t know how you do it, but I encourage you to keep up the good work. 🙂

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