First (full) day of fall

The autumnal equinox was at 3:44 central time yesterday, so this is the first full day of fall, although yesterday was technically the first day of fall by the calendar. Since we were traveling at the time, we didn’t really note it.

Fall in Texas can frustrating because the temperatures stay pretty high through at least the first of October. The leaves won’t turn until October at the earliest, and they don’t drop til November. But it is astronomically fall, so we’ll join the show, even if we are wearing orange and red flip flops.

There are places in Texas to see more than oak leaves turn to dingy brown, but you  have to work to get there. One of the most well known is the Lost Maples State Natural Area, northwest of San Antonio. Texas does try hard, but I always get a little nostalgic for the glories of the eastern forests in the fall.

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Enjoy your autumn, however it presents itself.

2 responses to “First (full) day of fall”

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    Nick Brown

    Autumn colors: Gold, Red, Orange, and Brown

    Fall colors: Black and Blue

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